The Republican-controlled Congress has cleared a bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Kansas lawmakers want to lower the state’s divorce rate.
The governor’s administration informed two lobbyists about its budget efforts weeks earlier than previously disclosed.
The Republican said Tuesday he issued an executive order canceling the August 2007 order by Democratic Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
Democrats have outlined proposals to increase the state’s minimum wage and set higher wages on public works projects.
A Kansas House committee has drafted a plan for expanding the state’s Medicaid program for the poor and disabled.
Divorce is expected to be the focus of two days of informational Legislative committee hearings on marriage.
The Kansas judiciary has a far smaller percentage of minorities than the overall state population.
Kansans are learning that the state won’t solve its budget problems without putting its highway system in the crosshairs.
KSN asks Budget Director Shawn Sullivan about his October 20, 2014 interview with KSN when he said “I do not foresee any K-12 education cuts…
President Barack Obama says the United States must resist the urge to “overreach” abroad.
The district noted it used capital outlay funds, which by law can’t be spent on salaries.
The Kansas Senate is considering a bill that would allow officials to prohibit concealed weapons in some areas of public buildings.
Kansas legislators don’t agree about how much to restrict the bundling of multiple measures into a single bill.
Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would narrow negotiations between school boards and teachers.