Kansas lawmakers to meet online to prep for session on virus
May 10, 2020
MISSION, Kan. (AP) — Kansas lawmakers are turning to virtual meetings to prepare for an upcoming session aimed at dealing with the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, as researchers examine the state's wastewater to look for clues about how the virus is spreading.
House Speaker Ron Ryckman Jr, a Kansas City-area Republican, announced Friday that the virtual meetings, which will be broadcast live on the Legislature's YouTube channel, can begin before the Legislature reconvenes on May 21.
"We're going to take care of COVID-related legislation that legitimately serves the best i...