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Sunday Reader: Turnpike traffic down; Austin departs KPI

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Good morning everyone: Without Gov. Laura Kelly, last week would have been a dull news week. But the governor vetoed seven bills Thursday and Friday,...

Kelly vetoes lowering the age for concealed carry

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a bill that lowers the age for carrying a concealed weapon to 18, saying it threatens to put...

Kelly vetoes Gadsden flag license plate bill

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a bill authorizing the "Don't Tread on Me" flag for Kansas license plates, saying it was a symbol...

Sunday Reader: Lawmaker fined; Brain injury funding

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Good morning everyone: A relatively quiet week, but still somewhat busy. Frankly, we're glad to be back in the friendly confines of home with Mrs....

Governor vetoes tax bill

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a tax bill for the third time, saying she couldn't return the state to an era of budget...

Foster ends short-lived campaign for GOP chair

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Former congressional hopeful Adrienne Foster's campaign for chair of the state Republican Party came to a quick end over the weekend. Foster, who ran unsuccessfully...

Kansas Democratic Committeeman stepping down

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Kansas National Democratic Committeeman Christopher Reeves is stepping down from his position, saying it will give him more freedom to work in campaigns. Reeves was...

Field for attorney general’s race starts to form

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As soon as Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced plans to run for governor, candidates were already positioning to run for the state's top law...

Sunday Reader: E-Verify passes; election bill idling

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Good morning everyone: Well, we hit a wall Friday with so much happening simultaneously as the Legislature dealt with a number of complex and controversial...

Capitol digest: 7 things you need to know from Thursday

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Wow. What an incredibly busy Thursday. So much happened and it's possible you missed so much. Let's get you caught up on everything you need to know...