Highlights of Wednesday's activities at the Kansas Legislature:
-- As committees worked on education funding plans relying on existing state revenues, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius' administration said such proposals would create major budget problems in future years.
-- Some House members jumped into a debate over how evolution is taught in public schools, arguing in a resolution that science classes should give students "the full range of scientific views" on the topic.
-- Questioned by senators, Attorney General Phill Kline continued to defend private meetings he had with State Board of Education members last week.
-- A "clunker bill," offering $5 million in refunds to some Kansans who feel they paid too much sales tax on used vehicles, went to the governor thanks to a Senate vote.
-- The Senate gave first-round approval to a bill attacking methamphetamine manufacturing by restricting consumers' access to some cold, flu and allergy medicines.
-- Telephone calls to voters endorsing or opposing a candidate will have to identify their sponsor under a bill the Senate approved unanimously.
Clock is ticking:
Wednesday was the 38th calendar day of the session, out of 90 scheduled.