When the legislature convenes for the veto session on April 27, 2016, it is uncertain just exactly how much of a workload lawmakers will face. They will learn if the school finance bill that was passed by the legislature will meet the satisfaction of the Kansas Supreme Court or if they will have to start over and pass a new school finance bill that will truly solve the issue of equity in school finance. Even though Governor Brownback has signed a budget for the next fiscal year, the states recurring revenue problems don’t seem to be going away. The Consensus Revenue Estimating group will gather for a meeting on April 20, 2016 to determine the new official revenue projections for the remainder of calendar year 2016. There is growing concern from a number of legislators who watch these numbers closely, that March revenue could be $30 million below estimates and that April revenues could be as much as $200 million below what is currently expected. If the consensus estimates are in fact substantially below current estimations the legislature may have to make some additional budget cuts that will be hard for everyone to accept.