Kansas lawmakers have agreed to extend Gov. Laura Kelly's emergency powers to respond to the new coronavirus, but will retain the right to review and revoke some of her decisions. The Republican-controlled House and Senate voted unanimously Thursday to allow Kelly to continue exercising expanded authority until at least May 1 as part of a compromise that also gives legislators greater oversight as the pandemic progresses.
Friday, March 20, 2020
Kansas GOP Push Back Against Guv Kelly Amid Coronavirus Emergency Crackdown
Political power play as elected officials fight in Topeka and the flee the capital . . . Read more: