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Would you buy a subprime-loan crisis from this man? A new New York Times investigation reveals that used car dealers are doling out giant loans to millions of poor Americans with bad credit.
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A pro-life advocacy group has released its list of endorsements in several local races ahead of the Aug. 5 primary election.
Republican Jennifer Winn, the owner of a Wichita-area property management company, is running a very low-budget campaign for her party's gubernatorial nomination.
Gov. Sam Brownback answered a question about one of his top policy objectives during a political forum in New York City.
At the anniversary of Brown Vs. Board of Education in Topeka, we gathered at the capital steps to talk about what had happened here - and what was happening.
Two thoughts about the 14 applicants who'd like to replace Justice Nancy Moritz on the Kansas Supreme Court: There is a lot of ambition on the Kansas Court of Appeals; four of its members are seeking the promotion, including Chief Judge Thomas Malone and Brownback-appointed Judges Tony Powell and Caleb Stegall .
In this July 16, 2014 photo Jennifer Winn, left, a Wichita business owner challenging Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback in the Republican primary, speaks during a candidate forum in Junction City, Kan.
Only two challengers have unseated governors in the August elections since the state started them in 1910.
Gov. Sam Brownback's challenger in the Kansas Republican primary sees a national GOP agenda behind a Washington-area group's television and radio ads praising the governor.
A daily series, Connect! Unite! Act! seeks to create face-to-face networks in each congressional district.
"Sam Brownback ruffles feathers. He takes on dragons." - former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum , campaigning in Olathe for the governor's re-election "Reagan didn't turn the country around in the first six months of tax reduction.
Rabbi Moti Rieber travels the politically red state of Kansas armed with the book of Genesis, a psalm and even the words of Jesus to lecture church audiences, or sermonize if they'll let him, about the threat of global warming.
The Kansas Governor should be cruising to re-election and fending off 2016 rumors.
"The business boom predicted by tax cut advocates has not happened, and it certainly has not come remotely close to offsetting the static revenue loss from the legislated tax cuts," Howard Gleckman wrote in Forbes magazine about Kansas' declining tax revenues and sluggish economy.
The Kansas Board of Tax Appeals' executive director said the office was running normally Friday in wake of retractions by a tax consultant who claimed to possess significant political influence in the administration of Gov. Sam Brownback.
Here's the thing to watch in this year's campaign: Democrats are trying to be populists and pro-business moderates at the same time.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:05 am
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