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Statehouse news roundup for Thursday morning

If ugly weather from overnight has you stuck at home and you need to catch up on the happenings from the Capitol on Wednesday,...

Five takeaways from Senate tax debate as bill advances

The Kansas Senate on Wednesday advanced a bill that would give up about $187 million in revenue next year to offset a so-called revenue...

Lawmakers consider bill renaming Columbus Day

Columbus Day celebrates a myth about the discovery of America and ignores the colonization that led to slavery, disease and murder, supporters of a...

Insurance commissioner names general counsel

Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt on Tuesday named Justin McFarland as the agency's  general counsel. McFarland joins the department after serving more than eight years in...

Kansas political news roundup: What you may have missed but need to know

For a day when there wasn't a lot of action at the Capitol, there's lots of news to catch up on from Monday. Here's...

Kansas Lottery sales director out amid restructuring

The sales director at the Kansas Lottery is out as the agency restructures the staff with the change in administrations. Stephen Durrell, the acting executive...

Sunflower Sunday Reader: KCP&L puts $100K into PAC; Hensley vs. Ryckman; Highway fatalities drop

Good day everyone: It's Super Bowl Sunday, and we're really not sure who cares. Apologies to any Rams and Patriots subscribers out there. If there...

Finalists for Kansas Court of Appeals announced

Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday announced three finalists for a post on the Kansas Court of Appeals. The finalists - two attorneys in private...

UPDATED: Senate panel advances $192 million tax bill

(Updated: Story updated to reflect quotes and more context and details from the committee meeting; also corrects cost of the itemization portion of the...

Five things you need to know in Kansas politics for Thursday

Action is heating up at the Capitol as senators move full-speed ahead toward passing legislation that would return gains in state revenue as a...