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It's great news for Kansas-and who'd have thought it. Of course it hasn't happened yet, but it seems to be a possibility
The legislation, which redefines the dilation and evacuation procedure as "dismemberment abortion," is part of a campaign
In March, Gov. Sam Brownback (R) signed a school funding overhaul, which resulted in the state's schools losing a combined
Governor Sam Brownback's Jan. 15 State of the State address was short and disconnected from reality. He promised a continued "march to zero income taxes," in spite of a projected $700 million hole in the state's budget over the next 18 months.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will roll out “responsible” tax plans that protect against revenue gaps. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
Kansas' budget woes are so dire that the state government has resorted to selling off furry handcuffs and vibrators seized by its revenue department.
Democrats noted the irony of the sale, given that Republicans allied with Gov. Sam Brownback (R) had criticized Brownback's
Anything else? Politico drew national attention to the report, which was published in The Coffeyville Journal, a small newspaper
In the great economic battle between pro-government and anti-government policies, California vs. Kansas has been the featured contest, and California has won.
According to The New York Times, the state has seen modest job growth, but it has lagged behind the national average. Kansas
A SurveyUSA poll released Tuesday has Brownback 6 percentage points behind his presumed Democratic challenger, attorney and
This bizarre scenario wasn't church, this was state -- or at least the Statehouse -- and the constitution that is revered by social conservatives is very firm on the separation of the two. That separation has gone the way of the Passenger Pigeon in Kansas.
State Rep. Travis Couture-Lovelady (R-Palco), a conservative, told HuffPost that the conservative movement is not new, pointing
Kassebaum, a moderate who backed Democrat Tom Holland over Brownback in 2010, said a variety of issues pushed him into Davis
In the 2012 primary, conservatives won back the state Senate. Then-state Senate President Steve Morris (R-Hugoton), the leader
“With regard to the statewide sales tax rate, however, it is unfortunate that legislators chose to impose a higher sales
The impasse comes down to pure politics, along with economics. In 2010, the Legislature voted for the three-year increase
There is talk of a compromise for a 6 percent sales tax, but Claeys said he and his allies have told the governor that they
Legislative maneuvering in Kansas will likely postpone a decision on Medicaid expansion, if the state ever decides to enter