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In yet another victory for antiabortion forces this year, Kansas legislators have become the latest state lawmakers to approve a sweeping antiabortion measure — this one a law that says life begins at fertilization, bans abortions due to the sex...
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill for protecting medical personnel and emergency workers that also repeals a 25-year-old ban on quarantining AIDS and HIV patients. Friday's 36-2 vote moved the bill to the House, where approval would send it to...
Senators have sent a bill to Gov. Sam Brownback's desk that would require Kansas residents who receive welfare and unemployment benefits to submit to drug testing. The Senate voted 29-9 on Tuesday to accept changes made to the bill by the House...
The Kansas Senate has approved new restrictions on abortion providers, moving the most sweeping anti-abortion legislation in the state this year close to final passage. The vote Tuesday was 29-11 on a bill blocking tax breaks for abortion providers...
The winter storm that walloped the Great Plains today entered the Chicago area late Thursday and will linger through the morning commute on Friday, possibly dumping up to half a foot of snow here. As of 9 p.m. a winter weather advisory is in effect for...
Kansas legislative negotiators are beginning work on the final version of a bill cutting individual income taxes. Three senators and three House members planned to start their talks Wednesday. They've been appointed by legislative leaders to...
The Kansas House has opened debate on a proposed $14 billion state budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1. An effort early in Tuesday's debate to delete $1.2 million over two years for public broadcasting and use the money for senior citizen...
The Kansas Senate is preparing to take final action on a bill that cuts the state's individual income tax rates further but also cancels a scheduled drop in the sales tax. The measure up for a vote Thursday follows massive personal income tax cuts...
Tags: Personal Income, Taxation, Politics
ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ -- Monsanto's search for America's Farmers Mom of the Year is back for a fourth year to acknowledge the contributions of more than a million female farm operators in the United States. Anyone can nominate their favorite farm mom...
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State officials say the intense drought that's hit Kansas could continue and force expensive water production projects and conservation efforts. Gov. Sam Brownback said Friday the state should work to convince farmers, industry and Kansans to...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsRape victims will soon have more time to report the crime. Kansas had one of the shortest statute of limitations in the nation, but now that is changing thanks to a new bill just passed in Topeka. Guadalupe Magdaleno first found out about the issue...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsKansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Gov. Sam Brownback are asking the state Supreme Court to stay a lower court's ruling on school finance and send the case to mediation. The documents were filed Thursday in Topeka in response to a Jan. 11...
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