Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has vetoed legislation that would have allowed limited expansion of charity raffles.
The Kansas Legislature's annual session will go into overtime because of disagreements on tax issues among Republicans.
The Kansas Legislature has approved a bill that makes several changes in alcohol laws.
Negotiators from the Kansas House and Senate are reporting progress on approving a new state budget, with plans to send the latest House proposal to the chamber floor for a vote.
Kansas legislators have given final approval to a bill barring the use of state funds to promote or oppose gun-control policies.
A favorable Kansas House vote is all supporters need for final legislative approval of restrictions on the use of state tax dollars for promoting or opposing gun-control measures.
Kansas military officials are juggling schedules and changing plans to accommodate furloughs of more than 6,000 civilian employees because of federal budget cuts.
Negotiators for the Kansas House and Senate still haven't decided when they'll resume talks aimed at reconciling differences between the two chambers on budget issues.
Negotiations are at a standstill between the Kansas House and Senate over the state's sales tax rate and proposals to cut individual income taxes.
Kansas education advocates say they were surprised by a provision added to the 2014 state budget banning the spending of any money to implement the national Common Core standards for math and reading.