Highlights of Tuesday's activities at the Kansas Legislature:
-- Legislation intended to speed Kansas Supreme Court review of a judge's ruling on school finance headed to the governor.
-- The Senate tentatively approved a bill reaffirming that elected officials may spend money raised for one campaign to run for another office.
-- Three men who left school in 1933 to become legislative pages returned to the Kansas House to be introduced by Speaker Doug Mays.
-- Senators tentatively approved a bill making life in prison without parole an alternative to the death penalty in capital cases.
-- Republicans prevented Senate passage of a Democratic proposal to ban contributions from the insurance industry to candidates for insurance commissioner.
-- The House Transportation Committee's chairman said he still is seeking a compromise on Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' plan to issue $465 million in highway bonds.
Clock is ticking:
Tuesday was the 44th calendar day of the session, out of 90 scheduled.