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Auditors estimate $600 million in unemployment fraud

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Legislative auditors on Wednesday estimated that Kansas may have paid out about $600 million in fraudulent unemployment clains during 2020, immediately setting off a...

Eight things you need to know from Tuesday at the Capitol

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As we rapidly move toward the midpoint of the Legislative session, the pace at the Capitol is gaining steam as we approach turnaround. Here's a...

Proposed constitutional amendment would limit rules, regulations

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Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt and GOP statehouse leadership on Tuesday announced a proposed constitutional amendment that would give the Legislature the power to...

Sunday Reader: Race for Senate seat; Jobless claims plummet

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Good morning: We are proud to say that we have made it three years after starting this little news service in February 2018. After more than...

Thursday news roundup: Six things you need to know

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Thursday's are seemingly becoming the busiest day of the week, so here's the roundup from significant - or interesting news items - from Thursday,...

Sunday Reader: Proposed ROZ changes; School bill costs

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Good morning everyone: We start this week wishing condolences to the family of state Sen. Bud Estes, who passed away early Saturday morning after a...

Eight things you need to know from Thursday

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Good morning: It was a harried and hectic day at the Capitol on Thursday. Here's a recap of the news that you may have missed...

Sunday Reader: KHP responds to suit; Indigent defense needs

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Good morning everyone: Last week was a benchmark for us as we filed our 2,000th story since we started our little news service in February...

Six things you need to know from Thursday

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It was an extraordinarily busy day in the Kansas Legislature on Thursday. In case you misssed anything, let's catch you up on news you...

House debate pits property rights against public safety

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A legislative battle pitting private property rights against law enforcement's ability to protect the public unfolded Thursday over a bill that would limit surveillance...