Questions About Kansas Government?
Have a question about Kansas legislation? From representatives and bills in the current session to legislative history, we have answers. Whether you want to track a specific bill, learn more about the legislative process in general, find your local legislator or stay up to date on tax policy, our knowledgeable reference librarians can provide trustworthy, unbiased, and up-to-the-minute information about the topics that matter most to you.
Frequently asked questions include, but are not limited to:
- Who are my legislators?
- How can I contact them?
- What is the status of this bill?
About the Kansas Legislative Hotline
The Legislative Hotline is a free service of the State Library of Kansas Reference Division. The Hotline has been in operation since 1975 and is accessible all year. The purpose of the Legislative Hotline is to provide all Kansas residents with a toll-free resource for up-to-date information about legislative activity.
The Legislative Hotline staff is composed of a team of four highly skilled reference librarians who provide answers to basic questions about the legislature, such as providing bill numbers, bill status, dates, and calendar information. Calls are answered by librarians who are experienced with the legislative process. The toll-free number also provides a means for constituents from Kansas to contact their elected legislative representatives, and the librarians who answer the hotline may take a short message for one or both of the caller's legislators. All messages must include the caller’s name, town in Kansas, and phone number for the legislator to return the call. However, librarians answering the Hotline are unable to transfer calls to office staff and other phone numbers.
Call the Kansas Legislative Hotline
We welcome any and all questions about the Kansas Legislature. Call 800-432-3924.
The Legislative Hotline is available weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll reply during normal business hours.
Have other questions or prefer to communicate via chat? Please see our Ask a Librarian page for additional ways to contact the State Library's Reference Desk.