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Kansas Budget Measure Goes to Governor



TOPEKA, Kan.  -  Kansas legislators have sent a budget bill to Gov. Sam Brownback that increases spending for services for the disabled and gives a $250 bonus to state employees.
 
The spending is included despite concerns about the state's ability to sustain it long term.
 
he House voted 70-54 late Friday on the bill. The Senate approved the same measure, 22-18, earlier in the day.
 
Most of the state's $14.6 billion in spending was handled in budgets adopted last year, but legislators took action to fund the Department of Corrections, as well as other state agencies.
 
Opponents in the House complained about the bill spending more than $200 million above the current year's budget and that the full House never had a chance previously to debate and amend the spending measure.

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05/02/2014 10:44PM
Kansas Budget Measure Goes to Governor
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