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Archbishop criticizes senator as abortion debate escalates

The debate over a constitutional amendment on abortion took a new turn as Archbishop Joseph Naumann admonished a state senator for why she voted...

Denning: Abortion funding, Medicaid expansion not linked

(Developing: Will be updated as warranted) Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning took steps to defend the Medicaid expansion bill Friday, saying abortion opponents are falsely...

Senate leadership divide grows over Medicaid expansion

The divide between top Republican leaders in the Kansas Senate widened Monday over attempts to link Medicaid expansion to a constitutional amendment on abortion. Senate...

UPDATED: Abortion amendment defeated; Medicaid expansion threatened

(Updated to include comments from Senate majority leader and Planned Parenthood president) Abortion opponents' drive to overturn a historic state Supreme Court decision that found...

UPDATED: Abortion amendment comes up short in House

(Updated to include Sharice Davids and Kris Kobach's efforts on the bill) The Kansas House on Thursday came up four votes short of passing a constitutional...

UPDATED: Moran campaigns for abortion amendment

(Updated to reflect Roger Marshall's involvement) On the eve of a major vote in the Kansas House, U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran lobbied for a proposed...

Abortion amendment will scare off businesses, Kelly says

Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday warned that a proposed constitutional amendment reversing a state Supreme Court ruling on abortion will deter businesses from coming...

Senate passes abortion amendment; Debate turns to House

The Kansas Senate on Wednesday night passed a constitutional amendment overturning a historic state Supreme court ruling that found the state constitution protects the...

Sunday Reader: Kelly fundraising; Kobach loans forgiven

Good morning everyone: We're trying to get this out to you early today, because we know at about 2 p.m. no one will care about...

Three things you may have missed from Monday

Good morning everyone. Monday marked the start of the 2020 legislative session, or what basically can best be described as back-to-school day as everyone gets...