Highlights of Saturday's activities at the Kansas Legislature:
-- An $82 million school finance package failed in the House, and legislators adjourned without passing a plan providing extra money for education.
-- Legislators approved a bill under which workers outside the United States could not handle telephone calls from Kansans who have questions about food stamps.
-- Some legislators felt the pull of family, social or business obligations as the Legislature's wrap-up session stretched into its 11th day.
-- The Senate adjourned at 6:04 p.m. CDT, and the House followed at 6:56 p.m.
-- Legislators scheduled a formal adjournment ceremony for May 27.
-- This year's 11-day wrap-up was the fourth longest since the Legislature began scheduling such sessions in 1969. Longer ones were 2002, 16 days; 2001, 13 days, and 1991, 12 days.
Clock has stopped:
Saturday was the 89th day in session overall, out of 90 scheduled.