Senate is done for now

TOPEKA – The Senate finished up business at 12:07 a.m. and adjourned until the wrap-up session which starts April 28.

Among the bills they will be discussing when they return are measures regulating strip clubs and other sexually oriented businesses and the an amendment that would bar the federal government from requiring Kansans purchase health insurance.

The House is still busy debating one of its final bills – which would require insurance coverage of autism treatment and oral chemotherapy drugs for state workers.

For a more complete review of where major bills we have covered during the session stand, read Thursday’s Wichita Eagle.