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Stephen Koranda Friday, January 5th

An effort to expand Medicaid stalled last year.

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Kansas News Service Thursday, January 4th

CoreCivic, Inc. would build the replacement for the state prison at Lansing. The state of Kansas would spend more than $360 million over the next 20 years to lease it back.

President Donald Trump has disbanded his Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity which was co-chaired by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.  (Photo Credit: Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Thursday, January 4th

The fight over whether Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach violated the constitution in his quest to demand proof of citizenship from voters is set to go to trial in March.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, January 3rd

Democrats have introduced two bills for consideration when lawmakers return to the Statehouse.

Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 2nd

Kansas income tax collections in December exceeded projections by a whopping $80 million. 

Governor Brownback will deliver his State of the State address on Tuesday, January 9. (File photo courtesy of kansas.com)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 2nd

Governor Sam Brownback's expected transfer of power to Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer has been delayed.  

Kansas News Service Friday, December 29th

The Kansas City-based Women’s Foundation worked with legislators and legal experts to draft suggestions for updating the Kansas Legislature’s sexual harassment policy. 

Kansas News Service Friday, December 29th

The main plan under consideration would have private prison operator CoreCivic build the new facility and then lease it to the state for 20 years. 

Rotunda inside the Kansas Statehouse (Photo by J. Schafer)
Associated Press Friday, December 29th

State lawmakers are looking at ways to prevent sexual harassment at the Kansas Statehouse.  One idea? Mandatory training to better educate lawmakers, staffers and interns about sexual harassment.

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Stephen Koranda Wednesday, December 27th

The finance reports will be one of the first chances to compare how the campaigns are performing.

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