Red states across the nation rebuke pandemic policy from Prez Biden.
Kansas is now looking to take a leading role in this debate.
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"Every single Republican in the House and the Senate, regardless they're conservative or moderate, signed on to call this Special Session," said Rep. Stephen Owens (R-Hesston). "So I think that in and of itself speaks volumes to people's willingness to come together to work, because they see people are hurting."
The Special Session will cost the state just over $60,000 each day.
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TOPEKA, KS (KCTV) -- All Kansas eyes are on Topeka Monday morning for a Special Session involving federal vaccine mandates. Lawmakers are holding the 10 a.m. session to consider two bills they say will provide some relief to many affected by federal vaccine mandates.