The 2018 legislative session in Topeka is done. And as Celia Llopis-Jepsen of the Kansas News Service explains, lawmakers killed a tax cut bill on their way out the door. Kansas legislators this year boosted funding for public schools and increased spending in other parts of the state budget they saw as neglected while also supporting faith-based adoption agencies that cite religious reasons for not placing children in LGBT homes. A ballot initiative awaiting verification by the Secretary of State’s office would ingrain several ethics reforms into the Missouri Constitution. St. Louis Public Radio’s Marshall Griffin reports.