Highlights of Tuesday's activities at the Kansas Legislature:
-- Legislation permitting a one-year, $92 million increase in school spending mostly through higher local property taxes barely won tentative House approval.
-- A measure allowing Kansans to carry concealed handguns went to the full Senate after being endorsed by the Federal and State Affairs Committee.
-- The House narrowly approved a bill allowing the speed limit to be raised to 75 mph on some Kansas highways.
-- Legislation that sacrifices a promised drop in sales taxes to preserve the state's comprehensive transportation program cleared the House and moved to the Senate.
-- The Senate advanced a bill limiting the ability of cities and counties to take private property and transfer it to a private company.
-- A bill requiring most children to wear seat belts or use safety seats while riding in motor vehicles cleared a House committee.
-- The Senate rejected a proposed one-year moratorium on wind farm development in much of the Flint Hills.
Clock is ticking:
Tuesday was the 72nd calendar day of the session, out of 90 scheduled.