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11:31 am
Mon May 19, 2014

Kansas & Missouri Legislatures End 2014 Sessions

On Monday's 'Up to Date' Steve Kraske sits down with members of the Missouri and Kansas legislatures to review the 2014 sessions.
On Monday's 'Up to Date' Steve Kraske sits down with members of the Missouri and Kansas legislatures to review the 2014 sessions.
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So far 2014 has been a banner year for the GOP in both Missouri and Kansas. The Missouri General Assembly passed a major tax cut and expanded gun holders' rights despite opposition from state Democrats.

Meanwhile, the Kansas legislature increased public school spending to the tune of $129 million. 

On Monday's Up to Date, Steve Kraske sits down with lawmakers from both states to discuss what they did, and didn't do, during the 2014 legislative sessions. 

Guests:

  • Sen. Ryan Silvey, (R-Mo.) 17th district.
  • Sen. Jolie Justus, (D-Mo.) 10th district.
  • Sen. Jeff Melcher, (R-Ks.) 11th district.
  • Rep. John Rubin, (R-Ks.) 18th district.
  • Rep. Stephanie Clayton, (R-Ks.) 19th district.

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