TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas lawmakers won't finish work on pensions legislation until they return for their wrap-up session in late April.

House and Senate negotiators have been unable to meet this week to try to resolve their differences over measures addressing the state pension system's long-term funding problems.

Lead House conferee and St. John Republican Mitch Holmes said the negotiators may meet during the Legislature's annual spring break. Lawmakers expect the break to begin Saturday and last through April 26.

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