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7 hrs ago | Voice For Liberty in Wichita
Republicans concede bill would let teachers be fired without cause "Statehouse Republicans are having to abandon a key talking point in their effort to defuse teacher anger over an anti-tenure bill the Legislature passed a week ago, conceding the bill would allow school districts to fire veteran teachers without having to give a reason why.
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12 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
President of USW Local 241 Robert Cammarn holds a sign in front of El Dorado Civic Center, where Gov. Sam Brownback was scheduled to appear for the Governor's One-Shot Turkey Hunt on Thursday.
19 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Praeger, who is not seeking re-election, said there were too many unknowns about the compact and what impact it may have on federal health programs in Kansas, including Medicare for senior citizens.
23 hrs ago | The American Prospect
The Republican leadership shepherded two minor tweaks to existing abortion policies through the legislature, while staving off a far more contentious measure: a bill that would criminalize abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
A group of retired teachers hold up signs in front of where Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback was appearing at Wichita State University.
A group of people gathered outside the Wichita State University building where Gov. Sam Brownback addressed leaders on the importance of higher education funding today.
Due process – An amendment to the school-funding bill that eliminates teacher due-process rights was backed by the conservative special-interest group Americans for Prosperity.
Teachers and others hold up signs in front of El Dorado Civic Center, where Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback was scheduled to appear for the Governor's One-Shot Turkey Hunt on Thursday.
The governor of Kansas will meet with Wichita State University administrators and the student government president to discuss the importance of funding in higher education, WSU said in a prepared statement Friday.
Two bills regarding restriction of health care coverage in Kansas are on their way to receive a signature from Gov. Sam Brownback to become law.
Union: Legislation an attack on teachers By Chris Strunk Last Updated: April 10, 2014 Bill would strip away due process rights Legislation that was supposed to address inequities in public school funding in Kansas was instead an attack on teachers, the Valley Center teachers union and others said this week.
A Kansas public policy advocacy group makes an emotional pitch to petition signers, but signers should first be aware of actual facts.
Democratic Kansas state Sens. David Haley and Laura Kelly confer during a Senate debate at the statehouse in Topeka Saturday on a bill making technical changes in antiabortion laws.