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Latest Brett Hildabrand Items
A proposal to allow Kansas to exempt itself from the national health care overhaul is a serious attempt to shield the state from federal requirements and not merely symbolic, supporters said Thursday as the measure cleared its first significant legislative hurdle.
The Hays Daily News, Feb. 9
Some conservative Kansas lawmakers are pushing to sever the state from the authority of the Affordable Care Act.
A Kansas lawmaker is questioning if it was legal for a representative of the Unified Government of Kansas City and Wyandotte County to testify recently on a pro-gun bill.
Kansas legislators wrestled Tuesday with whether revelations about the federal government's domestic surveillance program should prompt limits on electronic data-gathering by state and local government agencies.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback took a field trip Thursday to a suburban school as he kicked off a campaign to build support for his plan to increase state funding of all-day kindergarten.
A University of Kansas journalism professor was placed on indefinite administrative leave Friday for a tweet he wrote about the Navy Yard shootings which said, "blood is on the hands of the #NRA. Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters."