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Governor Signs Some Bills, Vetoes Others

In the days following the end of the 2024 Kansas legislative session, Gov. Laura Kelly signed and vetoed many pieces of legislation, some of which are of interest to KLA members. Tax relief - As expected, Gov. Kelly vetoed SB 37, the Legislature’s latest version of a comprehen...

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Tick and fly control

Kansas State University Research and Extension veterinary entomologist Cassandra Olds explains why burning in the spring is an effective way to control the horn fly and tick populations in pasture and grassland areas.