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Kelly nominees clear Senate committee

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A Senate committee on Friday signed off on five appointments made by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly. The appointees will now go to the full...

Power of incumbency: How far can it carry Kelly?

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There's a great inconsistency facing Gov. Laura Kelly as an incumbent going into next year's reelection campaign. Nationally, history would suggest she would be a...

SPARK task force advisory committee members named

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(Updated to correct titles for Decker and Sullivan) Nearly 40 people on Thursday were named to a special task force charged with recommending how more...

Republican lawmakers react coolly to Kelly executive order

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Republican lawmakers on Tuesday reacted tepidly to Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order creating the office of child advocate, questioning whether the governor is properly...

Kelly signs executive order creating child advocacy office

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday signed an executive order creating an independent office that's intended to protect Kansas children and families within the child...

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...

Polls show competing results in governor’s race

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The race for Kansas governor is now really on. Results from new polls - one from a liberal firm and another from a conservative firm...

Kelly administration opposes new prairie chicken protections

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Gov. Laura Kelly's administration is urging the federal government not to impose new protections for the lesser prairie chicken, saying the states are in...

NEW: Governor’s appointments director to depart

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Scott Allegrucci will be leaving one of the most influential roles in state government later this week when he steps down as appointments director...

Kelly directs executive branch employees to work remotely

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Wednesday directed 15,000 executive branch employees to work remotely again, signaling yet another sign of the gravity of the spread...