The bill advanced Thursday would authorize $1 billion in bonds to shore up the financial health of KPERS, the Kansas Public Employees Retire…
The Senate’s agenda for Thursday was especially crowded ahead of the Legislature’s annual “turnaround” deadline.
The Kansas House has approved a bill that would prohibit candidates from withdrawing from an election unless they die.
Senators passed a bill containing Kris Kobach’s plan on a 23-17 vote Wednesday.
The Kansas Senate is expected to approve a bill that would allow people to carry concealed guns without getting a state permit.
The race for mayor of Wichita is now just under a week away.
A Kansas Senate committee is considering a bill to cancel the state’s 2016 presidential primary as lawmakers face key deadlines.
Kansas lawmakers want to boost their campaign contribution limits to keep pace with a boom in outside election ads.
Several Republican governors are urging the party’s congressional leaders to stand firm against legislation funding the Department of Homela…
Budget problems in Kansas prompted Gov. Sam Brownback to propose siphoning off transportation dollars to help erase projected shortfalls.
Penalties for Kansas scrap theft would rise significantly under a bill passed unanimously by the state Senate.
Governor Sam Brownback signed an Executive Order establishing a Social Services Policy Council to help improve social service policies.
A bill to ban a procedure used in 8 percent of the abortions in Kansas is up for debate in the state Senate.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today filed the State’s formal appeal with the Kansas Supreme Court in the school finance litigation.
Kansas lawmakers will limit a common but much-criticized practice used to rush legislation to passage in the final days.