Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly wanted a quick solution to the on-going school funding lawsuit, but lawmakers are leaving for a mid-session break without having approved a plan.
They have until April 15 to agree on how much they want to spend on education and submit arguments for their plan to the Kansas Supreme Court.
The top Democrat in the House, Rep. Tom Sawyer, is frustrated with the pace of progress.
“We’ve got a lawsuit sitting there,” he said. “We’ve got to solve funding for our schools and we haven’t even started working on that.”