Kansas Legislature clears way for booze at Statehouse

  • It’s time for a thirst party in the Kansas Statehouse.

Kansas legislators may no longer have to fear the worst – they’re on their way to being able to drink in the Statehouse when they celebrate the completion of $332 million in renovations to the nicest building in Topeka this side of the David Wittig mansion.

The Kansas Senate managed to send a collection of liquor laws, all at the same time, to the House on Friday that lets party-minded legislators drink bubbly at certain Statehouse functions, the Associated Press reports.

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