Highlights of Monday's activities at the Kansas Legislature:
- U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback said bringing the 1st Infantry Division's headquarters back to Fort Riley from Germany would protect Forbes Field against closing.
- A Larned businessman urged senators to repeal a Kansas law prohibiting exhibitions of hypnosis for entertainment.
- A House committee was told that methamphetamine use in Kansas remains epidemic, endangering children and filling the state's prisons.
Clock is ticking:
Monday was the 29th calendar day of the session.