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Sunflower Sunday reader: Is $5 million enough for school security plan?

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Good morning everyone. Here's today's weekend roundup of political news you might have missed but need to know as the Kansas Legislature heads into...

Local governments push back on STAR bond legislation

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Legislation placing tighter controls on a powerful tax incentive would derail plans for new tourism-related developments across Kansas, city and county officials told lawmakers...

Constitutional convention bill dies in Senate

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A proposal asking Congress to call a constitutional convention to place fiscal limits on the federal government failed to muster enough support to get...

Five things to watch for at the Kansas capitol today

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Expect a flurry of sausage-making at the capitol today. Lots of stuff happening throughout the building, some more significant than others. Here's are five...

House panel approves expanded gambling bill

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The Kansas House may get a debate on gambling after a key committee signed off on a bill authorizing gambling at Wichita’s shuttered Greyhound...

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...

Sunflower Sunday reader: State accused of underreporting child fatalities, Selzer not bowing out of...

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While activity slowed at the Kansas capitol this week as lawmakers began what will likely be the busiest part of the regular session, there's...

Kansas Senate poised to tackle high electricity rates

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The Kansas Senate is apparently lining up to tackle Kansas’ high electricity rates with a resolution calling on state regulators to keep rates regionally...

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...

‘Dark store’ debate emerges in Kansas

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The name has a conspiratorial feel. It seems like something you might read on an alt-left or alt-right website, or see in an Oliver Stone...