Kansas lawmakers don't always deal in hundreds of thousands of dollars or millions.
Sen. John Vratil, a Leawood Republican, led debate today on a measure that will save the state 78 cents a year, according to a fiscal analysis.
It repeals a statute passed in the early 1970s requiring the Kansas Supreme Court to notify the Legislature whenever a magistrate court position is created or abolished or a new district judge position is created.
"Frankly, I'm tired of getting these letters every year," Vratil told the Senate.
P.S. There wasn't any debate.
Posted by Jim Sullinger