The next installment of the MainStream Coalition’s legislative series will focus on the wrap-up session which will start in Topeka next month. The discussion will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. April 18 at Colonial Church, 71st and Mission Road. It is co-hosted by MainStream and Colonial Church.
From the MainStream announcement:
“The theme of the 2013 legislative session is, without a doubt, control. Specifically, conservatives are seeking control over all facets of Kansas governance and public service, from our schools to our courts, from women’s bodies to primary elections.
Join us for a in-depth dialogue regarding current status of bills in the Kansas House and Senate. Which bills have been signed into law and which will pushed back until the 2014 Session.
Learn about the far-reaching effects of those bills could have.
Register online at mainstreamcoalition.org.”