The 2018 Kansas legislative session began Monday in Topeka, and all eyes are on the statehouse as lawmakers work on the state budget, school finance and other important legislative items this session. If you’re hoping to stay in-the-know this session, be sure to check out state web resources, follow statehouse reporters and review county resources on legislative news and information.
State web resources
The Kansas State Legislature website is a wealth of information during the session.
You can find a bill, find your legislator, watch for legislative deadlines and research existing state statutes. You’ll also find a web resource for current happenings in both House and Senate chambers of the Kansas Legislature.
Kansas Legislative Research Department maintains web resources on the legislative process and objective research across state policy areas. Kansas Legislative Division of Post Audit publishes reports for the lawmakers on many policy areas.
The 2018 legislative session will be watched by many across Johnson County and Kansas. The statehouse press corps publish daily news and information during the session. To stay up-to-date, we suggest following statehouse reporters on Twitter.
Johnson County Government will share major updates from the 2018 session on Twitter and Facebook, so we’d recommend following our accounts. Johnson County Developmental Supports also follows the session closely on Twitter. You can learn more about our government relations efforts and view the county’s legislative agenda online.