The Sunflower State achieves an important but probably temporary milestone in the culture war today.
This hotly contested topic should keep everyone distracted from stop asking questions about the busted employment system that has kept TENS OF THOUSANDS of workers on edge throughout the course of the pandemic. Never mind the widespread FAIL to preserve the social safety net and pay workers the cash they put into the system represents one of the biggest BIPARTISAN disappointments in administrative and political leadership the state has seen since The Great Depression.
The reality is that when times got tough neither Republican nor Democratic Party politicos could help Kansas workers locked out of a system that quickly collapsed amid the pandemic and under their watch.
But, by all means, let's pretend that high school sports are the most important problem confronting voters . . .
The tally was one vote shy of overriding in the Kansas Senate, which stopped progress before the House could take up the measure. That means transgender athletes can continue to compete on female sports teams at Kansas public schools and universities contingent on league rules on the matter.
Opponents of the bill had argued the ban targeted transgender students who already often face harassment.
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