Leaders To Look At Higher Pay For Legislature’s Staff
TOPEKA (AP) -- Leaders of both parties in the Kansas Legislature agree that they need to develop a plan for raising the pay of their fulltime employees and part-time staff.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the Legislature’s seven-member Coordinating Council of its top leaders plans to examine pay issues. The leaders are concerned that lawmakers are having trouble retaining staff and attracting temporary workers during their annual sessions.
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