Sorry, but so much red state tough talk that we hear from Kansas conservatives didn't really ring true this week.
If anything, the Kansas Republicans looked rudderless, uninspired, and beaten down by culture war push back from progressive activists.
HOWEVER . . .
Look for a more energized GOP at the end of the month and a few more fights ahead that INCLUDE DEBATE ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA.
Here are the basics . . .
"The Kansas Statehouse was a flurry of activity during last week's veto session, with major legislation passed and two high-profile vdeo overried attempts falling short. Lawmakers will be back May 23."
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Hide Transcript Show Transcript INTO OVERTIME TSHI PAST WEEK IN TOPEKA MAKING MAJOR MOVES ON A NUMBER OF ISSUES WE'VE DISCUSS ED IN LENGTH HERE ON OUR PROGRAM EARLY FRIDAY MORNING.
Kansas lawmakers left Topeka on Friday after a week of veto session, passing several big pieces of legislation while falling short on a pair of controversial veto override attempts. Republican legislators had success overriding some of the bills vetoed by Gov.
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