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Kansas prevails in blocking contractor vaccine mandate

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Kansas and six other states prevailed in their effort to get a federal judge in Georgia to block a federal vaccine mandate for federal...

Court denies Schmidt’s request to delay abortion case

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The Kansas Supreme Court has denied Attorney General Derek Schmidt's request to delay revisiting its landmark ruling that found the right to an abortion is...

Kansas asks SCOTUS to uphold ‘ag-gag’ law

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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly and Attorney General Derek Schmidt are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a state law that critics said criminalizes...

Is Supreme Court being asked to oversee judge’s ‘bedroom?’

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The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday wrestled with how far it should go to police the private lives of judges and to what moral...

Retired magistrate faces discipline for swinger site photos

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A former Russell County magistrate faces discipline this week for sharing nude photos of himself on a website that's described as an online community...

Schmidt seeks delay in appeal of landmark abortion case

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Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is asking the state Supreme Court to put off all proceedings in his appeal of the court's landmark ruling...

State urges Supreme Court not to hear election law appeal

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Lawyers for the state are urging the Kansas Supreme Court not to consider the legal dispute over a new election law that critics say...

Kelly supports severing unconstitutional parts of KEMA law

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Gov. Laura Kelly opposes throwing out the state's entire new emergency management law, urging the state Supreme Court to only jettison portions of the...

Samsel pleads guilty to reduced charges

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Republican state Rep. Mark Samsel on Monday pleaded guilty to reduced charges of misdemeanor disorderly conduct arising from an outburst that occurred when he...

State defends new election law in court

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Out-of-state efforts encouraging Kansans to vote by sending them advance mail ballot applications were blamed Wednesday for causing voter confusion and anger leading up...