January 12, 2005
State Rep. Kenny Wilk
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In a telephone interview Monday morning, State Rep. Kenny Wilk said it was time to "let someone else" have their chance to serve.
The House Agricultural and Natural Resources Committee will conduct a hearing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at in Statehouse office 431-N on the legislation proposed by students of Karen Stockman, a third-grade teacher at Tonganoxie Elementary School.
Lansing's State Rep. Kenny Wilk has been traveling the state, courting votes to become the next speaker of the Kansas House.
Lansing State Rep. KennyWilk said he was certain lawmakers would approve a plan to fund public schools that would be amenable to the Kansas Supreme Court.
Lansing State Rep. Kenny Wilk will be recognized for promoting biosciences in Kansas and the U.S. at a breakfast Monday in Lawrence.
Lansing lawmaker weighs in on critical issue of 2005 Legislature
Lansing Rep. Kenny Wilk has teamed up again with Shawnee Sen. Nick Jordan, this time devising a school finance plan for the Legislature to consider.
Area lawmakers say they have their eyes on several issues as the 2005 Legislature gets under way