The pace slowed down a bit at the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka for day two of the Kansas Legislature’s Veto session.

According to 60th District Representative Mark Schreiber of Emporia two bills were passed just before lunchtime including a package bill pertaining to tax policy and a package of bills pertaining to penalties for a variety of criminal offenses. While business wasn’t quite as hectic as Monday, Schreiber and 51st District Representative Ron Highland of Wamego are anticipating discussions will ramp up very soon with two major issues still needing resolution.

According to Highland a bill regarding medical marijuana in Kansas has left committee chambers and may come before the House for discussion as soon as Wednesday. Highland says he is very much opposed to the possibility stating that the FDA…



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