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Abortion amendment debate focuses on Pyle

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All eyes are on Republican state Sen. Dennis Pyle as the Senate gets ready to make another run at passing a constitutional amendment on...

Northcott assumes new leadership role at KFL

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Kansas political veteran Peter Northcott is becoming new the executive director for  Kansans for Life, which is merging with its Kansas City affiliate to...

KFL opposing Standridge for Supreme Court

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Kansans for Life on Friday renewed its opposition to Appeals Court Judge Melissa Standridge's candidacy for the Kansas Supreme Court. Standridge is one of 11...

Deep dive look at Kansas Supreme Court candidates

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Eleven candidates are seeking to fill a seat on the Kansas Supreme Court that is coming open with the retirement of Justice Carol Beier. The...

UPDATED: Coleman changes mind again, will stay on ballot

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(Updated to include comments from House minority leader, excerpts of a piece published by Planned Parenthood lobbyist and comment from Republican strategist) Democratic candidate Aaron...

Sunday Reader: PAC targets Finch; Pandemic polling

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Good morning: By Tuesday night, it will all be over — at least for the primary. Then we can do it all over again for...

Sunday reader: Church fight legal fees; Hamilton attack ads

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Good morning: Hope everyone has had a great holiday weekend. Even though we had a truncated week, there was a lot of news to cover,...

UPDATED: Challenger accuses Capps of making false campaign donation

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(UPDATED to reflect that Kansans for Life issued a statement calling on Capps to stop saying he was supported by the group) Republican House candidate...

Kansans for Life releases legislative endorsements

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Editors' note: This is just the first in a series of endorsement posts. As we did two years ago for legislative races, we post...

Sunday Reader: New federal prison; SCOTUS & concealed carry

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Good morning everyone: Other than major decisions out of the U.S. Supreme Court, it was kind of a ho-hum week in state politics — maybe...