Hundreds of Kansans are now eligible for in-home medical care.
At the statehouse, Governor Sam Brownback said his administration is immediately releasing $37 million over the next two years.
That money was set aside my lawmakers earlier this year to address waiting lists.
Brownback says 650 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities will be taken off a KanCare waiting list to get those services.
Those have not been notified yet - but the state says those people should find out in about a month.
"We're focusing our resources on those with disabilities. Our most vulnerable Kansans. These are people that have had to wait years and we're trying to change that process for our most vulnerable Kansans...we want to take care of them. And that has been one of the goals all along with KanCare," Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer said.
The state says the 650 come from a list of nearly 5,000 Kansans waiting for services.
Governor Brownback says he is confident the move will be approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The Kansas State Wildcats knocked off the South Dakota Coyotes 64-62 on Tuesday night.
Hayden and Holton clashed in a battle of 4A schools, while Topeka High hosted Topeka West in a girls matchup.
Kansas committed 24 turnovers and fell behind by 18 points in the first half in Tuesday's loss at Florida.