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Democratic Party chairman not seeking re-election

Kansas Democratic Party Chairman John Gibson has announced he will not seek re-election as the party's leader at this year's Washington Days convention. The party's...

Fast and furious day at the Capitol: What you may have missed but need...

Lots of bounding around the Capitol for your intrepid correspondent Wednesday. So much going on and so little time to get to it all. So...

Local governments ask state to repeal political sign law

Local governments are asking state legislators to repeal a law regulating political signs they think runs afoul of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The League...

Republican lawmakers introduce marriage bills; critics say they’re ‘hateful’

A group of Republican lawmakers have introduced a pair of marriage-related bills, with one described as a "pushback" against the Supreme Court's gay marriage...

Lottery names former legislative aide deputy director

The Kansas Lottery on Wednesday named Timothy Graham as its new deputy executive director. Graham, a former top aide to Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley,...

Reversible abortion bill introduced in House

A bill introduced in the House on Tuesday would make Kansas just one of a handful of states to require physicians to tell women...

Statehouse roundup: What you may have missed but need to know

Today, we mark our first anniversary. This is officially Post No. 692. Thanks so much for all your support. Let's get on with the...

Bill would put limits on community college spending

A dispute over property taxes at Butler County Community College has led to legislation that would put a check on the ability of community...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: Chamber business leader survey; Democrats predict tax bill veto would survive;...

Good morning everyone: This week marks the first anniversary for the Sunflower State Journal. A year ago, I gave up a mundane 9-to-5 job to undertake...

Bill establishes new legal test for securing police body camera footage

Lawmakers are being asked to set up a new legal standard for the general public to gain access to police body camera footage. New legislation...