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Kansas Legislative Roundup: Medical Marijuana And Tax Cuts

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Numerous big issues are being discussed in the state legislature this month.

The Kansas legislature has been debating a number of bills recently, including one that would bring tax cuts and another that would legalize medical marijuana.

As policy gets fleshed out in the legislature, State Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop (R - Wichita) faces backlash after being charged with DUI and evading police. Two statehouse reporters analyze the latest from Topeka.

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