Two stop legislative coffee talks set for Saturday

(KAIR)--Now that the Kansas Legislature has put the wraps on the 2024 session, questions may remain exactly how the outcome of the session will affect the average state resident.

The local area, on Saturday, will have two opportunities, in two counties, to ask those questions, while hearing updates on the legislative action.

That's made possible by the two scheduled stops of State Representative Dr. John Eplee, a Republican from Atchison who represents the 63rd District.

The first of the two informal Legislative Coffee sessions, sponsored by Rainbow, will be held in Atchison, beginning at 8:00 Saturday morning, in the Oak Room of the Atchison Event Center, located at 710 South 9th Street.

The second session will follow in Doniphan County, beginning at 10:00, in the Library of Highland Community College.

According to the release for both Saturday stops, topics Eplee plans to address include the Legislature's tax reduction, education, and healthcare bills.

The public is invited to attend one, or both of the sessions, with the release saying to "grab a coffee and cinnamon roll and listen to" Eplee's updates.

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