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Kansas wins identity theft case at U.S. Supreme Court

(Developing: Will be updated) Kansas prevailed at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday when the justices found that federal immigration law doesn't override the state's...

Schmidt: Internet sales tax threshold safe legal ground

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Thursday told lawmakers they would be on safe legal ground if they set a new minimum threshold for...

Sunday Reader: Senate 7 dance; ‘Absolute warrior’ passes

Good morning everyone: An extraordinarily slow week, maybe the slowest since we started this little venture about 18 months ago. Frankly, most everything that happened last...

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....

Pill emerges as most common form of Kansas abortion; potentially reshapes...

For the first time, the pill has emerged as the most common form of abortion in Kansas, opening new territory for a battle over...

Future of sports wagering with next- or current – Kansas governor

With a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision now out of the way, sports wagering is expected to move toward the top of the Kansas...

Kansas ready to forge ahead on sports wagering

Leading Kansas legislators say they’re ready to start planning for legalized sports wagering after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law prohibiting...