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75 key issues, bills, votes from the 2022 Kansas Legislature

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Well, the 2022 legislative session is now done. Here’s a look at the 75 major pieces of legislation and issues that have been debated, passed...

Kansas approves money, framework for new national suicide hotline

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A bill funding services for a new national suicide hotline won final approval in the Kansas Legislature on Monday before lawmakers wrapped up the...

Nine House members announce retirements

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Nine members of the Kansas House on Monday announced their retirements from the Legislature on the last day of the 2022 session. Topping the list...

Sunday Reader: Schwab books broadcast ads; 100 mph speeders tapering off?

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Good morning everyone: Take out the Supreme Court's decision upholding the new congressional districts, and it was kind of a ho-hum week for news. We...

Supreme Court decision on congressional map: What they’re saying

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Reaction from all sides is pouring in today in response to the Kansas Supreme Court's decision to uphold the new congressional districts. Here's a...

Overland Park Democrat launches campaign for secretary of state

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Jeanna Repass celebrated the anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling outlawing racial segregation in schools by announcing her candidacy for Kansas secretary...

Sunday Reader: Democrats object to LCC remap brief; Ballot watermark costs

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Good morning everyone: Kind of a slow week in Kansas politics, although the governor blessed us with a flurry of new stories, but unfortunately they...

Boyd Gaming sues state over historical horse racing

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Boyd Gaming quickly sued the state alleging breach of contract within hours of Gov. Laura Kelly signing a bill that authorizes sports wagering. Boyd, the...

Lynn decides against seeking third term

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Republican state Rep. Megan Lynn announced Tuesday she would not seek a third term representing Olathe in the Kansas House. Lynn represents House District 49,...

Medical marijuana passage doubtful as session nears end

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Key lawmakers say it's unlikely that the Legislature will pass a bill legalizing medical marijuana when it returns for a mini wrap-up session later...