Gov. Laura Kelly said Tuesday she would halt production of a widely panned new license plate and return to the drawing table.
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MORe STATE GOVERNMENT NEWS
Gov. Laura Kelly’s office has announced a new license plate design, coming to vehicles beginning in spring 2024.
The ACLU argued in a court filing Monday the state’s Republican attorney general shouldn’t be granted a temporary injunction forbidding Kansans to change driver’s licenses to affirm their gender identity.
Gov. Laura Kelly announced Friday that nearly $570,000 in grant funds have been awarded to five Douglas County organizations to bolster support for crime victims and survivor services.
Community members of all ages gathered Thursday to celebrate a big advancement in early childhood care and services that will be available to Lawrence families.
As House Democrats unveiled a proposal to save homeowners $500 million on property taxes, House Minority Leader Vic Miller brayed at GOP leaders who play “stupid games” to try to secure income tax cuts that primarily favor the wealthiest Kansans.
A “suspicious letter” was delivered to the state’s top election official’s office Tuesday, and the building was evacuated as a precaution.
Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew has had three different deputy clerks since shortly after the 2020 election, when the previous deputy clerk left the job amid unsubstantiated voter fraud claims and conspiracy theories.