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Lobbyist Cindy Luxem tells a Kansas House committee that the nursing home industry is on the brink of financial collapse. (Photo credit: Peter Hancock, Lawrence Journal World)
Kansas News Service Friday, January 19th

Lobbyists for the nursing home industry in Kansas say federal regulations are hurting them financially and compromising patient care.

Governor Sam Brownback speaking in 2017 as Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer looks on. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, January 18th

Brownback is again waiting for a confirmation vote in the full U.S. Senate.

The prison in Lansing. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, January 18th

This is the second time this month a decision on the proposal was delayed.

A former legislative staffer described the harassment in Topeka as rampant and cited interns mixing with lawmakers at after-hours events as a particular problem.
Kansas News Service Thursday, January 18th

The session was not mandatory but attendance was encouraged by legislative leaders determined to do something in response to a recent wave of sexual harassment allegations in the Legislature.

House Speaker Paul Ryan presenting the award to Bob Dole.
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, January 17th

The medal is the highest civilian honor Congress can bestow. 

The prison in Lansing. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Wednesday, January 17th

Legislative leaders could decide the fate of the prison plan Thursday.

Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 16th

The Brownback administration is seeking federal approval for a new version of KanCare that would cap the benefits of some non-disabled recipients and require them to work. 

Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 16th

Lt. Governor Jeff Colyer is asking the Kansas Legislature for more money to help high school students earn college credit.

Name plate inside Governor Sam Brownback's office at the Kansas Statehouse.  (Photo by Dan Skinner)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, January 16th

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says his welfare reform policies have led to a dramatic drop in childhood poverty during the past seven years, but the effects of those policies are still under debate.

Antonio Soave at a meeting in 2016. (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Stephen Koranda Thursday, January 11th

The audits would have looked into Antonio Soave's time as secretary.

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