Kansas governor working to 'expedite relief' from infant formula shortage

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(The Center Square) - Kansas' state agencies are working with the federal government to "expedite relief" from the ongoing infant formula shortage, Gov. Laura Kelly's office said Thursday.

Kelly said in a statement that she has directed state agencies to "do everything in their power" to help Kansas families impacted by the shortage. 

"From increasing flexibility to helping eliminate barriers at check-out, my Administration is doing what is within our power to ease the impact of the national infant formula shortage on Kansas Families," the governor said.