Catching up: Five things you may have missed but need to know in Kansas politics


Good morning everyone:

Some loose ends to start off your political week in Kansas, the most noteworthy being longtime state Rep. Tom Sloan's plans not to run for re-election after 24 years in the Kansas House. Sloan, a Lawrence Republican who won re-election handily in 2016,  told the Lawrence Journal-World that he felt comfortable leaving office with more moderates gaining back control in the Kansas Legislature. But even more significantly, here's some analysis that . . .


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