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Johnson announces candidacy for state treasurer

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Republican state Rep. Steven Johnson on Thursday night revealed his intentions to run for state treasurer next year. Johnson, now in his sixth term in...

Lawmakers add E-Verify to state budget

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The Kansas Senate late Tuesday added a provision to the proposed state budget requiring state agencies and contractors to verify the eligibility of their...

Senate panel approves less costly tax bill

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A Senate committee on Tuesday approved a new tax bill that would be less costly because it removes a major provision that would allow...

New tax bill totals more than $300 million in first year

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The new tax bill that lawmakers are working on could cost the state treasury almost $330 million in the first year, growing to more...

UPDATED: Senate passes property tax transparency bill

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(Updated to include comments from Tyson, Doll, Holland) The Kansas Senate on Thursday took another shot at passing a bill requiring more public disclosure when...

Sunday Reader: Ex-Senate leaders criticize Wagle

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Good morning everyone: Hope everyone is getting to relax a little during this turnaround weekend. You may need it. So much is left to do...

Wagle shuffles committee assignments

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Senate President Susan Wagle announced a series of new committee assignments on Thursday with incoming Republican Sen. Mike Thompson joining the chamber. Wagle announced that...

Could Adkins, Weir reverse GOP trend for women in Congress?

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In nearly 30 years, not much has changed for Republican women in Congress. In the 101st Congress from 1989 to 1991, there were 13 Republican...

Kelly confident Senate will confirm commerce secretary nominee

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Gov. Laura Kelly on Saturday said she was confident commerce secretary nominee David Toland would win Senate confirmation even though he took "quite a...

Friday morning political news roundup: Kobach vs. ProPublica; Watkins vs. GOP...

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With just four days left before the Aug. 7 primary, so much is popping all across the state, it's hard to track it all. We'll...