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Six women file sexual harassment lawsuit against KHP

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Six former and current employees of the Kansas Highway Patrol on Friday filed a federal lawsuit against top officers at the agency, accusing them...

Deep dive into Court of Appeals candidates

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A special nominating commission created by Gov. Laura Kelly will meet next week to interview candidates for a seat on the Kansas Court of...

Court of appeals applicants: A closer look

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As last week came to a close, Gov.-elect Laura Kelly released the names of 18 applicants for a seat on the Kansas Court of...

Budget negotiators withdraw ban on contempt fees for Kobach

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(Developing: Will update) House budget negotiators on Tuesday backed off a proposal forcing Secretary of State Kris Kobach to pay any legal fees for being...

Seat belt law stalls in conference committee

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A bill that would have potentially turned the tables on car-crash victims who weren’t wearing a seat belt has stalled in a committee as...

Supreme Court gives new life to retaliation case

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The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday gave new life to a case in which a state trooper said he was retaliated against for successfully...

ACLU seeks $51,000 in attorney fees from Kobach

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The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking $51,000 in legal fees from Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for being held in contempt of...

UPDATED: Former officers sue Highway Patrol

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(Updated to include more details from lawsuit with edits throughout) Two former Highway Patrol officers who were forced out last summer have gone to federal...

UPDATED: Judge orders Kobach to pay $26,000 for contempt of court order

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(Updated to reflect inability to reach Kobach; adds context about debate over paying the fine; edits throughout) A  federal judge on Wednesday ordered Secretary of...

Supreme Court justice defends Folsom against criticism

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Kansas Supreme Court Justice Caleb Stegall took the extraordinary step of defending Gov. Laura Kelly's appeals court nominee, who was rejected by the Senate...