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Lawmakers watching state issues develop

After passing a two-year budget in 2013, the Kansas Legislature is starting 2014 quietly, at least in the House of Representatives, Rep. John Edmonds (R-Great Bend) told constituents Saturday.
Edmonds, along with Sen. Mitch Holmes (R-St. John) and Rep. Troy Waymaster (R-Lucas), attended the Legislative Coffee at the Kansas Oil and Gas Museum in Great Bend. Turn-out was lighter than usual after Great Bend received a small amount of snow. Waymaster, the last legislator to arrive, said Russell received 3 inches of snow.
Edmonds recalled a Sherlock Holmes mystery in which the fact that a dog didn’t bark was ...

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