- The House Appropriations Committee rejected part of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' health care plan, an executive order reorganizing state programs covering medical services for needy Kansans.
- The House approved a bill to provide $5 million in refunds and repeal a seven-month-old law that critics said forced some consumers to pay inflated sales taxes when they bought used vehicles.
Two Democratic legislators criticized Attorney General Phill Kline, a Republican, over private meetings he had this week with State Board of Education members.
Clock is ticking:
Thursday was the 32nd calendar day of the session, out of 90 scheduled.