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UPDATED: Revenue estimates skyrocket more than half billion dollars

(Updated to reflect comments from Kansas Chamber, Kansas Action for Children, Kansas House speaker) State revenue forecasters predicted sunny financial times ahead, boosting revenue estimates...

Transparency of Supreme Court nominating panel questioned

This time, it was supposed to be different. When a panel of five lawyers and four nonlawyers recently convened to recommend new justices to the...

Bollier jumps into U.S. Senate race

Less than a year after changing parties, Democratic state lawmaker Barbara Bollier announced Wednesday morning that she's running for the U.S. Senate. “I became a...

UPDATED: Wagle’s chief of staff departs over disagreement

(Updated to reflect comment from Wagle's office) Senate President Susan Wagle's chief of staff said Thursday he had been let go because of a disagreement...

Cobb decides against Senate race

Kansas Chamber of Commerce President Alan Cobb ended weeks of speculation Thursday, announcing he would not run for the U.S. Senate. "My passion is Kansas,"...

Sunday Reader: Coal plant purchase returns; Statehouse pay

Good morning everyone: The Chiefs don't play until tonight, so you will have plenty of time to peruse this week's roundup of Kansas political news....

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

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...

UPDATED: Colyer decides against Senate run

(Updated to include comments from Susan Wagle and Roger Marshall) With all the speculation about who will run for the U.S. Senate, here's a name...

Kansas senator switches parties

State Sen. John Doll has moved back to the Republican Party, saying he wants to help shoulder some of the committee workload. Doll on Friday...

(Updated) Sunday Reader: Kobach Senate announcement imminent?; Kelly family nuptials

(Updated to reflect developments on possible Kobach announcement Monday) Good morning everyone: A relatively slow week over the July Fourth holiday. But it was a big...