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Governor Sam Brownback speaking earlier this year. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Sunday, June 25th

Brownback struck down two issues in the budget plan.

Secretary of State Kris Kobach speaking last year. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Associated Press Friday, June 23rd

It's related to a lawsuit over documents Kobach carried when meeting with Donald Trump.

The website of Senator Roberts outlined his support for the bill.
Kansas News Service Friday, June 23rd

Roberts says he supports the plan, even though it isn't perfect.

The Kansas Statehouse. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, June 21st

Brownback is likely to sign the bill, but he has the power to veto specific items.

Barnett will make campaign stops Tuesday to announce his campaign. (Photo from the Barnett campaign)
Stephen Koranda Monday, June 19th

Barnett will make multiple campaign stops Tuesday.

The new law allows a permanent ban on concealed guns at public hospitals, community mental health centers, and state mental hospitals.
Kansas News Service Friday, June 16th

Governor Brownback chose to allow the bill to become law without his signature.

Some lawmakers say the level of funding in the bill for 2018 is less than it was in 2009 and they say it's not likely to satisfy the state Supreme Court.
KMUW Radio Friday, June 16th

Attorneys for four school districts suing the state say they will challenge the new law because they believe it still falls hundreds of millions of dollars short of adequately funding schools. 

Kansas News Service Thursday, June 15th

The law would boost state aid by nearly $300 million over two years.

Tuition at Kansas public universities and colleges went up by about five percent last year.
Kansas News Service Wednesday, June 14th

The state’s new budget keeps spending on higher education essentially flat, except for increases at KU and Kansas State.

Kansas News Service Tuesday, June 13th

There are now four Democrats running for Congress in suburban Kansas City, hoping to unseat Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder in the state's 3rd Congressional District.

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