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Municipal league chooses new leader

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The League of Kansas Municipalities has picked a new executive director to lead the organization. It's named Nathan Eberline, vice president of operations at the...

Supreme Court takes up election official law

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In an era when some people still believe the 2020 election was stolen, it's not unreasonable to believe that civic groups registering voters could...

Ethics commission’s subpoena power targeted

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The Legislature's first attempt to rein in the state ethics commission is expected to start with a proposal limiting the agency's ability to investigate...

Bill eliminating three-day grace period for voting clears committee

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A proposal to end the three-day grace period for casting ballots by mail cleared a House committee Tuesday over objections that it would limit...

Kelly juggles policy staff

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Gov. Laura Kelly announced an internal reorganization that dedicates three staffers to covering different policy areas in state government. Zach Vincent will now serve as...

Hiatt opts out of KDP chair race

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Kansas Democratic Party Chair Vicki Hiatt has decided not to seek another term leading the party, leaving it to former Treasurer Lynn Rogers and...

Sunday Reader: Audit scrutinizes USDA move to Kansas City; Prairie chicken lawsuit planned

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Good morning everyone: Well, last week was forgettable, even aside from the outcome of Saturday night's basketball game in Lexington, Ky. It started with a...

Senate elects new majority whip

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Republican senators on Thursday elected Rick Kloos of Berryton as their new majority whip, replacing Richard Hilderbrand, who resigned earlier this month. In a closed...

Judge questions legal sufficiency of ethics subpoena

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A Shawnee County judge on Thursday questioned whether the state ethics commission demonstrated a reasonable suspicion of a campaign finance violation when it subpoenaed...

Lawmaker draws up new abortion amendment

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A Kansas House member is working on a proposed constitutional amendment that would let voters again decide whether the state constitution protects the right...