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UPDATED: Governor signs bill to fix Israel boycott law; ACLU still questions constitutionality

(Updated to reflect ACLU comments made late today) Gov. Jeff Colyer on Thursday announced he has signed a bill that lawmakers hope will fix a...

Gov. Colyer signs education bill, many others

The headline event today is Gov. Jeff Colyer's signing of the education bill despite the $80 million glitch that will need to be fixed...

Governor signs six more bills

Gov. Jeff Colyer has signed six more bills, bringing to 36 the number of bills he's signed into law during this legislative session. Here's...

Gov. Colyer signs five bills into law Thursday

Gov. Jeff Colyer announced the signing of five more bill on Thursday, bringing to 41 the number of bills he's signed this session. Here's...

Governor signs seven bills into law

Here's a wrap of the seven bills that Gov. Jeff Colyer just signed into law.  He's now signed 30 bills into law this legislative...

Colyer nominates new KCC commissioner

Governor Jeff Colyer on Friday nominated oil executive Dwight Keen of Winfield to serve as a commissioner on the Kansas Corporation Commission. "Dwight has a...

Colyer signs “Caitlin’s Law”, strengthening state law for repeat DUI offenders

Governor Jeff Colyer today signed HB 2439, also known as “Caitlin’s Law” into law, joined by Representative Russell Jennings (R-122) and members of the...

EXECUTIVE ORDER 18-10 Governor’s Education Council

EXECUTIVE ORDER 18-10 Governor’s Education Council WHEREAS, Kansas is committed to continually improving and advancing educational opportunities for all its residents, as well as finding better...

Colyer quizzed on teacher due process rights

As freshman lawmakers went around the room Wednesday peppering Gov. Jeff Colyer with questions during a noon-hour lunch, the discussion turned to teacher due...

Budget better but still tight, Colyer warns freshman legislators

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer popped in on a lunch with freshman legislators Monday, cautioning them that the state’s budget will still be tight even...