Finally, Gov. Kelly has called for a Special Session to begin on June 3rd. The intent for the special session would be to review the emergency management act, but other issues are certain to be discussed. Since this is a special session the legislature cannot override the Governor’s veto. In addition, all legislation would have to start fresh. There will be no carry over bills from the 2020 session. See; http://www.kslegislature.org/li_2016s/documents/info_ks_spec_session_ro.pdf
The KBA will again be interested in making remote notaries permanent, allowing the court to continue use of video conferencing and reviewing any tort reform measures.