April 30, 2014

Senator Kerschen spoke at the annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in Wichita on April 26th. It was his pleasure to share the good news of the Legislative passage and Governor signing of SB 265—The Disabled Access Tax credit, which includes residential home modification. Among the walkers were Senator Kerschen's daughter, Rachel, daughter-in-law, Emily, and granddaughters, Abigail and Jenevieve as well as sponsor team members. They walked not only for a world free of MS but also to support Senator Kerschen's daughter, Emily, who has MS.

Senator Kerschen spoke at the annual Multiple Sclerosis Walk in Wichita on April 26th. It was his pleasure to share the good news of the Legislative passage and Governor signing of SB 265—The Disabled Access Tax credit, which includes residential home modification. Among the walkers were Senator Kerschen's daughter, Rachel, daughter-in-law, Emily, and granddaughters, Abigail and Jenevieve as well as sponsor team members. They walked not only for a world free of MS but also to support Senator Kerschen's daughter, Emily, who has MS.


Senator Kerschen’s shows off his big catch at the Larry Magill Sportsman’s Challenge hosted by KAIA for the Kansas Legislative Sportsman Caucus at Milford Lake.

Senator Kerschen’s shows off his big catch at the Larry Magill Sportsman’s Challenge hosted by KAIA for the Kansas Legislative Sportsman Caucus at Milford Lake.