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March 10, 2020 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Health at The Capitol Week 8 (March 2020)

Following Turnaround week, legislators took a short break but returned to the Capitol on Wednesday, March 4. While there were few committee hearings during Week 8, legislators referred several health-related bills from the opposite chamber to committees for hearings. Learn more in our latest edition of Health at the Capitol, a weekly summary prepared by Kansas Health Institute staff of the highlights of the 2020 Kansas legislative session, with a specific focus on health policy related issues.

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March 04, 2020 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Health at The Capitol Week 7 (March 2020)

Facing the Turnaround Day deadline, legislators were busy working bills during Week 7. Which health-related bills survived and which did not? Find out in our latest edition of Health at the Capitol, a weekly summary prepared by Kansas Health Institute staff of the highlights of the 2020 Kansas legislative session, with a specific focus on health policy related issues.

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February 19, 2020 | POLICY & RESEARCH

Health at the Capitol Week 5 (February 2020)

With the deadline passed for non-exempt committees to request bill drafts, and Turnaround Day, the halfway point of the session, coming up Thursday, Feb. 27, there is a sense of urgency in the statehouse. Read about all of the activity during Week #5 in our latest edition of Health at the Capitol.

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October 23, 2019 | POLICY & RESEARCH

State Budget Explainer (October 2019)

When Governor Laura Kelly first presented the Governor’s Budget Report for 2020, it took 869 pages in two volumes to explain – in addition to a 171-page report comparing it to what the Legislature adopted. The details are necessary but overwhelming. The Kansas Health Institute (KHI) and Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) produced a series of five infographics to explain the budget in a more simplified manner.

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