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The bill approved Thursday by the Senate would lower the state sales tax on groceries to 4.95 percent in January while keeping it at 6.3 percent for all other items subject to the tax.
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Officials planning to attend the May 28 ceremony include Gov. Sam Brownback, U.S. Sens.
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Richard Cram, left, policy and research director for the Kansas Department of Revenue, confers Thursday with state Senate Assessment and Taxation Committee Chairman Les Donovan, right, a Wichita Republican, outside the Senate chamber in the Statehouse.
Steve Roberts said he "would like to create some sort of impression that I'm willing to go against political correctness." He created an impression, all right.
On Thursday, Gov. Sam Brownback signed a bill that establishes "Celebrate Freedom Week" during the week of Sept.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has appointed Sue Wenger of Mulvane to a four-year term on the Kansas Real Estate Commission.
Gov. Sam Brownback has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sun-up to sundown Saturday in honor of Sgt.
The bill allows alcohol tastings at events put on by nonprofit groups to support the arts.
There is a constitutional fight brewing between Kansas, whose current governor is a former federal legislator, and the Obama Administration over the passage of a state law banning federal agents from enforcing national gun control mandates and regulations when all firearms business is conducted between citizens within the state's boundaries.
Nine head coaching contracts were renewed Wednesday when the Barton Community College Board of Trustees met, but the contracts of two head coaches are "pending final review." The board discussed personnel matters behind closed doors for nearly an hour before voting on head coach contracts, administrative contracts and contracts for managerial ... (more)
The Salvation Army sent teams of ministers and volunteers to Oklahoma Tuesday to help provide emotional and spiritual care after a massive tornado devastated parts of Moore, Okla., killing dozens and injuring hundreds.
Gov. Sam Brownback, Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer and KDHE Secretary Bob Moser celebrated the more than 5-thousand kansans who participated on Tuesday.
Graduation days are celebrations of hard work expended and the future opportunities that have been earned.
Sam Brownback's plan to stabilize the budget by canceling a scheduled decrease in the state sales tax.
As revenues ebb under the income-tax cuts, state leaders are looking at everything as a potential place to cut spending.
In 2010, a group of Democrats and moderate Republicans, led by Democratic Gov. Mark Parkinson, took one for the team by passing a 1 cent sales tax increase.