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The filing creating a campaign committee for the dog.
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, February 13th

A Hutchinson man has created a campaign committee for his dog to run for governor.

Kansas News Service file photo
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, February 13th

Trump unveiled the $1.5 trillion proposal this week.

Kansas News Service Monday, February 12th

Marijuana advocates are expected to make another push for legalization this session, even if it's just the legalization of medical marijuana.

The Judicial Center, which houses the Kansas Supreme Court. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, February 8th

The Kansas Supreme Court could decide soon if there's a right to abortion in the state Constitution.

Governor Colyer speaking to Kansas lawmakers. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Kansas News Service Thursday, February 8th

Governor Colyer outlined his positions on abortion, school funding and other issues Wednesday afternoon during a joint session of the Kansas House and Senate. It was the new governor's first major policy speech since taking office last week.  

Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer delivers his first major speech in the Kansas House on Wednesday. (Photo Credit: Celia Llopis-Jepson)
Kansas News Service Thursday, February 8th

Governor Jeff Colyer's speech was effectively a State of the State address by the former two-term lieutenant governor. Last week Colyer took over from former Governor Sam Brownback when Brownback left for a post in the Trump administration.

Current Kansas law imposes stiffer penalties for possession of marijuana residue, and concentrates, than for the plant itself. A bill in the Kansas Legislature would impose the lesser penalty for both.
Kansas News Service Wednesday, February 7th

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would lower the penalty for possessing THC.  That's the active component in marijuana that gives users a high.  

A screenshot from the NRA's Eddie Eagle website.
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, February 6th

The bill specifics what programs should be used if schools choose to offer gun safety lessons.

Kansas Senate chamber (Photo by Dan Skinner)
Kansas News Service Monday, February 5th

The Kansas Statehouse could become the site for more sit-ins and other peaceful protests.

Governor Colyer signs the order while surrounded by members of his cabinet. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Monday, February 5th

The rules affect thousands of state workers in the executive branch.


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