Kansas legislators are resuming work on proposals to reduce sales and income taxes even though they've already approved a package of aggressive tax cuts.
Legislators are returning to the Statehouse to finish work on the proposed $14 billion Kansas budget for 2013.
Friday marked the final day of the 2012 Kansas legislative session, but lawmakers still have a lot of unfinished business.
A bill designed to prevent Kansas courts or government agencies from relying on Islamic Sharia law or other foreign legal codes has cleared the state Legislature.
The Kansas Legislature appears all but certain to miss Friday's deadline for completing the annual session in 90 days.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach is conceding that Kansas legislators have effectively killed his proposal to require first-time voters to provide proof of citizenship starting next month.
The Kansas House has rejected an effort to repeal a 2004 law allowing some illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities.
The Kansas House has approved Secretary of State Kris Kobach's proposal to require first-time voters to prove their U.S. citizenship starting June 15.
Kansas House members have approved a bill seeking to buy time for defining what constitutes real and personal business property.
Negotiations are under way on the final version of the 2013 Kansas budget as legislators seek a compromise on the $14 billion spending bill.