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52 min ago | The Capital-Journal
As an expansion date for KanCare approaches, state officials say they are focused on making sure the billing system transitions smoothly.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
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5 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
Shawnee County superintendents expressed optimism Wednesday over the governor's proposal to fund all-day kindergarten, but hoped that state aid for the initiative wouldn't come from elsewhere in their budgets.
7 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
While New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Mayors Against Illegal Guns are confiscating firearms in apparent violation of the Second Amendment, a growing number of states are on track to end federal gun control once and for all.
12 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
In a letter to Congressional leaders, Schmidt, along with the attorneys general from 46 other states and territories, urged Congress to continue to make funding for anti-trafficking programs a priority in the appropriations process.
Kansas kindergartners may have more school time and parents will no longer have to pay for it.
The National Council on Disability came to Topeka in December and left with a dim view of Kansas' Medicaid program.
Writing in Esquire, Boehner said the “joint,” as he called it, reminds him of his father’s bar in Carthage, Ohio.
Teaching has never been a high-paid profession and most people think of it as a public service .
College Hill Elementary School kindergarten teacher Jama Bales talks to students as they start their school year at the former Bryant Elementary.
Gov. Sam Brownback talks Monday about comments Pope Francis made about supply-side economics.
Two celebrations in January will mark the opening of the new Statehouse visitor center and the end of more than 10 years of renovations.
Governor Brownback today announced his intention to support a State Board of Education proposal to fund all-day kindergarten in Kansas.
For several years, the most-hurled epithet in Republican Party politics has been an acronym: RINO, or Republican In Name Only.
The Republican governor says in an interview Monday that his plan would be to increase state support over five years at a cost of $16 million a year.
Gov. Sam Brownback has seen almost half of his 11 permanent Cabinet secretary appointments turn over in the first three years of his tenure.
The Kansas Legislature passed a number of bills unions believe are unfavorable to workers during the 2013 session, and such actions remind the Kansas AFL-CIO to stay focused on its job in the Sunflower State: to represent all working people, not just union members.