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Kobach makes constitutional amendment on schools a priority

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Republican gubernatorial nominee Kris Kobach said Thursday he would like to see the Kansas Legislature adopt a constitutional amendment limiting the courts' involvement in...

Johnson County appraisals draw scrutiny as lawmakers explore ‘dark store’ theory

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Johnson County’s real estate values came under an intense spotlight Wednesday at the Kansas Capitol as a leading hotel owner criticized the appraiser’s office...

Huelskamp discusses political future

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Call off the Tim Huelskamp watch. The former Republican Kansas congressman wants to return home after quietly resigning from the Heartland Institute in June. But he...

FINAL: Senate race capsules for all 40 districts

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Here's a complete look at all of the candidates who have filed to run for the state Senate. This is the unofficial list. There are...

UPDATED: Wagle’s chief of staff departs over disagreement

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(Updated to reflect comment from Wagle's office) Senate President Susan Wagle's chief of staff said Thursday he had been let go because of a disagreement...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Lawyer running for GOP chair; Senate race taking shape; State split...

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Good morning everyone: Well we moved from elections right into a busy week of recounts, budget hearings and Gov.-elect Laura Kelly's transition into the governor's...

Lawmakers near deal on emergency powers as session looms

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Less than 24 hours before the start of a special legislative session, Kansas lawmakers appear close to a deal on how to respond to Gov....

State Republicans elect new national committeewoman

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Kansas Republicans on Saturday elected a top aide to former Gov. Sam Brownback as their new national committeewoman. Kim Borchers, who worked as deputy chief...

Sara Weir leaving Down Syndrome Society; next step congressional race?

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Sara Weir is leaving her job as the chief executive and president of the National Down Syndrome Society, possibly pointing the way toward a...

Legislature can settle school litigation for $364 million, plaintiffs’ lawyer says

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The Kansas Legislature can settle a longstanding lawsuit over school funding by putting $364 million into education to meet a state Supreme Court order. A...