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Stephen Koranda Monday, February 19th

A Senate panel advanced the plan Monday.

Republican candidates for governor Wink Hartman, Mark Hutton, Secretary of State Kris Kobach and Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer on stage at the first debate Saturday. (Photo Credit: Nadya Faulx, KMUW)
Kansas News Service Monday, February 19th

The incumbent Kansas governor had been scheduled to debate several other prominent candidates in the race to be the Republican gubernatorial nominee but Jeff Colyer was sick with the flu and didn't take part in Saturday's forum.

Kansas News Service Friday, February 16th

John Hamdorf is working to regain the confidence of lawmakers frustrated by years of complaints about KanCare. 

Saltwater injection wells in southeast Kansas (photo credit: Kansas Geological Survey)
Kansas News Service Thursday, February 15th

The Kansas Legislature will be considering bills aimed at putting stricter regulations on the wells oil and gas producers use to inject wastewater back into the ground.

Kansas News Service Thursday, February 15th

Some universities across the country have cancelled high-profile speeches over the last year due to a fear of violent protests.

Lamonte McIntyre speaking to Kansas lawmakers. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, February 15th

The bill would offer payments to people wrongly imprisoned. 

Kansas News Service Wednesday, February 14th

Supporters say the additional federal dollars that would come with expansion have boosted the economies of several states. 

Amy Houston struggles with medical bills partly because she doesn't qualify for Medicaid coverage in Kansas.  (Richard Green / special to Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, February 14th

State lawmakers are again taking up the issue of Medicaid expansion.  The Legislature came close to expanding Medicaid last year but was unable to override a veto from Governor Sam Brownback.

Heather Joyce (left) at the hearing on the bill regarding police videos. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, February 14th

The bill would require the release of videos of police shootings, in some cases within 24 hours.

Tracey Mann (photo credit: Newmark Gubb Zimmer)
Staff and Wire ... Tuesday, February 13th

A swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.


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