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  • 2017 Legislative Update 12

    The second week of veto session was quite busy. While the major issues are still to be addressed, the K-12 Education budget committee continues to work on a school finance... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 11

    The Kansas legislature reconvened for the veto session on Monday, May 1st. There are three major issues that remain to be addressed and resolved: a fair tax plan, an adequate... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 10

    Sadly, the vote in the Kansas House this morning failed to override the Governor’s veto of the Medicaid Expansion Bill. A total of 84 yes votes were needed to override... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 9

    I continue to push for the Kansas House to pass legislation to allow prevailing wage be paid on public projects. On Thursday I offered an amendment on the floor to... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 8

    It was a very busy week as committee work continues as well as consideration of bills on the Floor of the Kansas House. We had a special treat on Friday... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 7

    It was a busy week with a lot of work in committees to both hear and work bills. So far this session the House has passed about 100 bills and... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 6

    It was a very busy week as members of the Kansas House of Representatives spent most of the time on the floor debating and voting on various bills and amendments... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 5

    Last week was an incredibly busy one in the Kansas Legislature. I am pleased that a coalition of Democrats and Republicans in the Kansas House stood together to pass a... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 4


    It was a privilege to join Senator Pat Pettey and Representative Valdenia Winn at the League of Women Voters Community Forum on Saturday at the KCK Public Library. Legislative... Read More

  • 2017 Legislative Update 3

    It was another busy week at the Capitol. Committees continue to meet and they are starting to hear and work more and more bills. 

    There were many familiar faces from... Read More

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Paid for by Pam Curtis For State Representative. Steve Curtis, Treasurer.