Kansas woman in infamous murder case off parole
A woman who was sentenced to prison for her part in the deaths of her husband and the wife of a minister with whom she had an affair is no longer under state supervision.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Kansas Tries to Figure Out Its Own Religious Freedom Laws
Via the Kansas City Star , the Kansas State Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing tomorrow to answer the question: do our religious freedom laws adequately protect us from the gays? I'm just kidding about that characterization, but after the failure of HB 2453 , which would have permitted discrimination by business owners and government ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The Kansas City Star
One-time payments boost Kansas revenues in February $97.6M above projections
Gerald L. Campos was charged with burglary, invasion of privacy, operating a meth lab, child endangerment, unlawful possession of a firearm and child pornography.
Northeast Kansas prosecutor launches US Senate bid
Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor became the first Democratic candidate in the race by filing papers with the Kansas secretary of state's office and paying a $1,760 fee.
Tea party insists it's alive and kicking
In this Oct. 30, 2013, file photo, Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., holds up a letter he wrote to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking that she consider waiving "Obamacare" for the 4th Congressional District of Colorado, as she testified on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Kansas mortgage fee phase-out advances in Senate
A Kansas Senate committee on Wednesday approved legislation that would phase out the state's longtime mortgage registration fee over five years.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The National Republican Senatorial Committee Attacks the GOP
The past two days the staff at the National Republican Senatorial Committee have pushed news articles meant to tear down Milton Wolf, a doctor from Kansas and a candidate in the GOP Senate primary.
Senators hit rivals hard and fast in GOP primaries
In this Nov. 6, 2013 file photo, Senate Finance Committee member Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kansas questions Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Capitol Hill, in Washington.
The Wichita Eagle
Dave Kerr: AFP ad is provably false
Nearly every viewer of Kansas television likely has seen these ads recently. They feature a large and most unflattering photo of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
The Miami Herald
Rural Kan. hospitals fear re-designation proposal
Leaders at rural hospitals across Kansas are concerned about the future of their facilities in light of proposed changes by the federal government to critical access designations for hospitals within 35 miles of another hospital.
Anjeanette Damon: Low marks for tax incentive disclosure in Nevada
So it shouldn't have been much of a surprise last month when the Washington, D.C.,-based non-profit group Good Jobs First gave Nevada a score of 1 out of 100 on how well the state discloses information about the tax incentives used to generate economic development.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Poll: Roberts numbers drop in Kansas
Sen. Pat Roberts' net approval rating has dropped 12 points in the last year, and he could face an increasingly competitive primary race for reelection, a new poll suggests.
The Huffington Post
Dan Glickman: Kansas: What Happened to Its Historic Leadership in Civil Rights?
I was raised as a proud Kansan. I grew up in Wichita, my grandfather started his business in Wichita and my father carried on building that business.
1062 Wins: Homosexuals may now be refused service by Arizona businesses legally
Arizona State Senators voted Wednesday in favor of passing a bill which would allow business owners to refuse service to Homosexuals, based on the business owners religious beliefs.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
House panel looking at 8-year driver's licenses
Legislators on the House Transportation Committee expressed eagerness Thursday to create traction for a bill changing the state's timeline for renewal of noncommercial driver's licenses to eight years from the current six.
Arizona Republicans attempt to legalize discrimination
Kansas' discriminatory bill got a beat-down in the national press that ultimately brought the Senate Republicans there to kill it before it hurt the Republican brand in the lead up to this November's elections.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Kansas Senate passes Victim Notification Act
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill that would require the Department of Corrections to notify victims or their families if an inmate is scheduled to be released.
Kan. House approves college textbook tax break
Students at public and private colleges in Kansas would get a tax break on textbook purchases under a bill approved by the state House.
National Review Online
Is Another Veteran Senator in Danger from the Tea Party?
Milton Wolf, the tea-party Republican challenging Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas in the state's May primary, is getting some media coverage beyond the elevator pitch that he's an anti-Obamacare doctor who happens to be Barack Obama's second cousin on his mother's side.
KLAS-TV Las Vegas
Body of missing 10-year-old found in southwest Mo.
A Pennsylvania couple who believe in faith-healing face 20 years or more in prison in the death of a second child who died without seeing a doctor.