How the Kansas Legislature impacts Kansas children

Hosted By: Tim Carpenter - May 31, 2022


Kids can make the most hardened person smile. In the Statehouse in Topeka, there is a lot of debate about policy and funding aimed at Kansas children.

Influencers in this process include Kansas Action for Children, a nonprofit that works to improve the health, education and welfare of the state’s vulnerable youths. Jessica Herrera Russell and Adrienne Olejnik of Kansas Action for Children discuss child centric action during the just completed 2022 legislative session.

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Adrienne Olejnik

vice president, Kansas Action for Children

Jessica Herrera Russell

senior communications manager, Kansas Action for Children

Tim Carpenter

reporter, Kansas Reflector