TOPEKA — A Senate committee’s handling of an election bill last week and legislation considered […]
Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop was charged Friday with drunk driving and felony fleeing from police while traveling 90 MPH in the wrong direction on Interstate 70 in Topeka.
House Bill 2251 would require relinquishment of firearms in instances of domestic violence.
A bill passed Thursday by the Senate allowing Kansas to print “Don’t Tread on Me” license plates came under scrutiny by Democrats for its association with a former slave owner.
Kansas Republican leaders of the House and Senate pledged to move swiftly to thwart Gov. Laura Kelly’s issuance of a new executive order April 1 directing statewide reliance on face coverings during the pandemic.
“I do believe the state has gone too far for opening up alcohol sales and encouraging consumption as early as 9 in the morning on Sundays,” one rep said.
“Recent proposed barbering legislation in the Kansas statehouse, while providing few positive changes, continues the tradition of protectionism in the skin of paternalism,” Kirsten Kuhn writes.
A bill that allows for the Kansas attorney general to coordinate training for law enforcement […]
Proposed amendments to a bill creating the framework for medical marijuana legalization in Kansas would loosen the most restrictive regulations on patient-physician relationships and qualifying conditions.
Senate Bill 279 would establish state-crafted regulation of wind generation facilities from the turbine to power line.
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