A pair of nonprofit organizations working to encourage voting by mail Wednesday filed a lawsuit to block enforcement of a new Kansas law banning out-of-state entities from sending advance mail ballot applications to voters in the state.
The League of Women Voters of Kansas and three other organizations Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging constitutionality of election reforms described by plaintiffs as a brazen attempt to suppress participation by minority, disabled and elderly voters.
An effort to pass a bill allowing collegiate student-athletes to receive compensation for their name and likeness in exchange for pushing through a ban on transgender athletes in school sports drew scorn Thursday from Gov. Laura Kelly.
TOPEKA — The Senate-led charge to ban transgender athletes from school sports crumbled Monday when […]
The Republican Senate president blasted the governor for striking down bills ranging from tax cuts to restrictions on transgender athletes. Here are four of the top policies that lawmakers may clash over.
Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed two bundles of election reform measures Friday that would have restricted advance voting, eliminated emergency powers to alter voting procedures, added a new crime for turning in others’ ballots, and strengthened penalties for existing election crimes.
Updated at 8:43 p.m. Monday, April 19: The Kansas chapter of the National Lawyers Guild […]
Following a trend in Republican-dominated legislatures around the nation, GOP members of the Kansas Legislature […]
A lawsuit filed Thursday alleges the Wichita Police Department use of a gang list has disproportionately harmed communities of color.
TOPEKA — A pair of election bills passed by the Legislature to limit advance voting […]