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Kansas' Legislative Session Has Ended. Here Is What You Need To Know.

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Stephen Koranda
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Kansas News Service
The Kansas capitol building in Topeka.

A veto override saved substantial tax cuts, and the age for concealed carry is lower.

But an attempt to pass a ban on transgender athletes from performing in women's public school sports failed. A rundown on what happened in the Kansas general assembly including addressing the medical marijuana issue.

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