At the Sunflower Music Festival, Grammy winner Libby Larsen is set to debut a new work celebrating the first four women to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, and Gov. Laura Kelly will narrate.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly prepared to issue directives rescinding seven executive orders tied to […]
A group of business leaders from across Kansas met Tuesday with Gov. Laura Kelly, pushing the Democratic governor to change her stance on supplemental unemployment insurance offered during the pandemic. However, Kelly has shown no inclination toward doing so.
Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed a bill Wednesday designed to extend duration of so-called “junk” short-term health insurance plans and renewed her commitment to expanding Medicaid to provide coverage to lower-income Kansans.
Gov. Laura Kelly signed into law Monday legislation affirming a commitment to modernize the Kansas Department of Labor’s computer network relied upon to handle jobless claims and to guarantee employers weren’t liable for fraudulent unemployment filings during the pandemic.
Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday vetoed a series of controversial bills that would have banned transgender athletes from school sports, required high schoolers to pass a civics test before graduation, and installed NRA-sponsored curriculum in public schools.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed Friday a bill granting tax breaks to business sought […]
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.
Gov. Laura Kelly signed legislation suspending the speedy-trial law in Kansas for 2 years in response to a massive backlog of criminal cases.
Less than a week after Kansas moved into its current Phase 3/4 stage of COVID-19 […]