Members of a Kansas Legislature committee agreed to recommend reform of the system relied upon by law enforcement agencies to seize millions of dollars annually in cash and property from people suspected, but not convicted, of crimes.
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The rare stumble capped a day in which Republicans passed or forged deals on legislation to ban transgender girls and women from school sports, allow teenagers to carry concealed guns, install NRA-backed school curriculum, and require students to pass a civics exam before they graduate.
Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop allegedly reeked of alcohol, struggled to speak or walk, and threatened the Kansas Highway Patrol officer who stopped him in the early hours of March 16 for driving the wrong way on Interstate 70 in Topeka.
The Kansas Senate approved a double-barrel package of bills Thursday expanding the right of people as young as 18 to carry concealed firearms and implementing a gun-safety curriculum sponsored by the NRA in K-12 pubic schools.
TOPEKA — Kansas Republican legislators from the House and Senate agreed Thursday to insert a […]
Kansas senators and representatives reached an agreement Wednesday on a bill reshaping K-12 education primarily through several initiatives designed to give struggling students and families options beyond public schools.
Kansas Republican legislators from the House and Senate remain largely divided on several proposed budget and policy elements of K-12 public education in the state.
A new Senate plan would redirect a portion of federal COVID-19 aid from the state and counties to small businesses impacted by public health orders during the pandemic.
The state of Kansas last week became the newest to offer online testing for its […]
Declarations by Attorney General Derek Schmidt and former Gov. Jeff Colyer in March about campaigning for governor against Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly likely came too early for most voters.
Lobbyists have sought to convince the Kansas Legislature that for-profit health clubs were struggling to keep their doors open because nonprofits and government-financed rec centers are cutting into their business model.