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KU political scientist dies at 76

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Burdett Loomis, who educated generations of students at the University of Kansas about the ebb and flow of American politics, has died. Loomis died Saturday....

Sunday Reader: Medicaid fraud reports rise; COVID spending

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Good morning everyone: Well, fall is basically here and Mrs. SSJ has already dug out the seasonal decorations from the garage. So, the SSJ headquarters...

Kansas political roundup: 5 things you need to know

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A very heavy news day from Thursday, ranging from abortion to immigration to energy. Here's a look at five major news items that you may...

Davids wishes KU political scientist speedy recovery

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Congresswoman Sharice Davids went to the House floor Thursday to wish University of Kansas political scientist Burdett Loomis a speedy recovery. The congresswoman's remarks were...

Turnpike traffic approaching pre-pandemic levels

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If you sense there's more traffic on the Kansas Turnpike, you'd be right. But it's still not where it was before the pandemic swept into...

One mask lawsuit dropped, another dismissed, appealed

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A Morris County judge has dismissed a lawsuit that challenged a mask mandate in a county health order as overly broad under the state's...

Appeal of election law case headed to Supreme Court

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A Shawnee County judge's refusal to temporarily block a state law that critics said would lead to the prosecution of Kansans registering new voters...

Democrat announces candidacy for attorney general

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A Lawrence trial lawyer who worked as a police officer and prosecutor announced Tuesday that he plans to run as a Democrat for Kansas...

Could constitutional issues be avoided in KEMA case?

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The Kansas Supreme Court could potentially throw out the entire legal dispute over the state's new emergency management law without addressing the overriding question...

Court decision reopens water rule debate

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A decisive win for the environment in Kansas. Or an unsettling court decision that leaves Kansas business interests jittery. A federal judge in Arizona recently reopened...