July 8, 2013
The Kansas State Capitol Building in Topeka.
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If there is one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on, it's that the public is skeptical of what their elected officials are doing.
Starting a new legislative session during an election year and with a state Supreme Court ruling on school finance expected any day, Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday said his conservative Republican policies have helped lift Kansas from the Great Recession.
In October, people without health insurance can enroll in the new health care marketplace at the healthcare.gov website for coverage that beings Jan. 1.
Opponents say law was an “intentional effort” to make it more difficult for him to vote.
A special legislative committee formed in Kansas to consider proposals for fixing the state’s “Hard 50” criminal sentencing law will meet the week before lawmakers convene a special session to draft its recommendations, the panel’s chairman said Wednesday.
About 1,140 former Kansas University Medical Center students received $17.75 million in FICA refunds last week, state officials reported today.