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Kansas News Service Monday, March 13th

Senate President Susan Wagle says providing help for failing students doesn’t necessarily mean the state needs a more expensive school funding formula.

Senator Anthony Hensley speaking to reporters Friday. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Friday, March 10th

The Senate's top Democrat says they haven't done enough to tackle issues facing the state.

Tom Bell, president of the Kansas Hospital Association, has testified before Kansas legislators on the benefits of Medicaid expansion.
Kansas News Service Friday, March 10th

The GOP health care plan would keep the Medicaid expansion option open in Kansas until 2020.  

The Kansas House chamber at the Statehouse
Jim McLean Thursday, March 9th

Legislators are considering their negotiation options if Governor Sam Brownback leaves office. 

Andy Marso Thursday, March 9th

The debate over allowing concealed carry on college campuses continues.

Governor Sam Brownback speaks at the Statehouse while Lt. Jeff Governor Colyer looks on. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, March 9th

KPR reported Wednesday that Brownback may be in line for an ambassador job based in Italy.

Kansans are taking a closer look at the man who would replace Gov. Sam Brownback if he accepts a United Nations posting, Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer.
Kansas News Service Thursday, March 9th

With the possibility that Kansas Governor Sam Brownback will be taking a job in the Trump administration, attention is turning to Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer.

Governor Sam Brownback speaking at an event in November. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
J. Schafer and ... Wednesday, March 8th

A source tells Kansas Public Radio that Brownback may be headed to a U.S. ambassador job in Rome.

Senate President Susan Wagle oversees a meeting of the chamber. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, March 7th

The proposals would have raised tobacco and liquor taxes as part of an effort to fix the state's ongoing budget problems. 

An example of a lottery ticket vending machine brought into the Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Tuesday, March 7th

Supporters of the bill say 38 states already allow lottery ticket vending machines.


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