Kansas lawmakers pass school aid fix, advance other spending

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators approved a fix for a new education funding law Monday that would prevent public schools from losing $80 million in new funds they've been promised to meet a court mandate, and lawmakers also turned their attention to adding money to other parts of the state budget.

The Senate approved the follow-up school finance bill , 30-8, to make sure that the law enacted in early April phases in a $534 million increase in education funding as intended. The House had approved the measure Saturday, and it now goes to Republican Gov. Jeff Colyer, who promised to sign it...


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