Two bills in the Kansas Legislature would change the way sex education is taught in public schools. But Commentator John "Richard" Schrock says both bills are essentially an effort to remove the subject from the classroom altogether.
The legislation moves local government spring elections to the fall of odd-numbered years.
The bill would allow Kansans to carry a concealed gun without without a permit.
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Now's the time to refresh your family's plan for severe weather and other emergencies.
Coming off their World Series appearance last season, the Kansas City Royals are now gathered in Arizona for spring training.
In many parts of Kansas, residents don't have easy access to a dentist. A bill in the Kansas Statehouse is aimed at fixing that problem, but many lawmakers (as well as many dentists) are opposed.
The bill would eliminate the need for a permit to carry a concealed gun in Kansas.
The bill would block political candidates from removing themselves from the ballot after the filing deadline.
Retired state employees won't be getting any help with cost-of-living increases in the coming year.
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