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UPDATED: Schmidt announces candidacy for governor

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(Updated to add interview with Schmidt and Democratic Party reaction) Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Tuesday announced his candidacy for governor in 2022, setting...

ACLU seeks $3.3 million in legal fees for citizenship case

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The American Civil Liberties Union is seeking $3.3 million in legal fees after prevailing in its legal battle to stop the state's proof-of-citizenship requirement...

BREAKING: Abortion amendment clears Kansas Legislature

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(Developing: Will be updated) Kansas could become the seventh state in the country to pass a constitutional amendment that would ensure abortion is not a...

UPDATED: U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear citizenship case

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(Updated to include comments from Kobach, ACLU, and the attorney general) The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away Kansas' request to uphold a controversial...

Commission agrees to hear LGBTQ discrimination complaints

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The state Human Rights Commission on Friday agreed to apply a historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling to state law, clearing the way for the...

Sunday Reader: Disputed endorsement; New PAC in Big 1st

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Good morning everyone: Another hot news week in Kansas politics (yes, we're tired of saying that), marked by escalating tensions between Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly...

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,...

SCOTUS declines to review Kansas criminal threat law

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(Developing: Will be updated) The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review two Kansas Supreme Court decisions striking down part of the state’s criminal...

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...

Schmidt responds to SCOTUS case after siding with employer

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The U.S. Supreme Court didn't go in Attorney General Derek Schmidt's favor this time. Kansas was among 16 states that asked the justices to re-examine...