Kansas Officials Steel For Coronavirus; Lawmakers Seek End To Stalemate
Kansas health officials say the state is ready to deal with the new coronavirus now that Kansans are starting to get sick.
Lawmakers still aren’t ready to move past a dispute on abortion and Medicaid expansion that is blocking progress on both issues.
Host Jim McLean talks with a legislator at the center of that dispute about why he cast a decisive vote against the anti-abortion amendment.
Also featured on this week’s episode: an interview with the state’s chief health officer on preparations for the coronavirus.