A Kansas House panel has finished writing a
proposed $14 billion state budget for the fiscal year that starts
The House Appropriations Committee made its final changes to the
plan Tuesday. The measure also contains supplemental funding sought
by Gov. Sam Brownback for the current budget year, including $24.6
million for public schools.
Committee chairman Marc Rhoades said the House will probably
debate the bill next week, although the chamber could take it up
later this week.
The Senate expects to begin debating its version of the budget