READ IT HERE: 2017 Kansas Legislative Recap
During the 2017 session—which ended with sine die on June 26 and matched the record-setting, 114-day 2015 session—legislators dealt with many issues, including the budget and school finance, and also addressed health-related bills (more than 80 introduced in the first month of the session). This recap describes the key health bills from the session and how they moved through the legislative process.
Stay tuned! KHI is preparing a 2018 Legislative Preview, which will provide a glimpse into the important health issues legislators may face in January.
The Kansas Health Institute delivers credible information and research enabling policy leaders to make informed health policy decisions that enhance their effectiveness as champions for a healthier Kansas. The Kansas Health Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan health policy and research organization based in Topeka, established in 1995 with a multiyear grant from the Kansas Health Foundation.