A judge is considering whether Kansas’ Republican secretary of state ran afoul of the state’s open records law by ordering the removal of an election database function that generates a statewide report showing which provisional ballots were not counted.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Tuesday, June 29, directed the Kansas Department for Children and Families to continue emergency food assistance (SNAP) benefits to current households utilizing the program.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Monday announced that she’s rescinded all but two of nine executive orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes as she’s pushing top lawmakers to extend a disaster declaration for the pandemic through Aug. 30.
Gov. Laura Kelly says the state is working on a plan to move out of pandemic disaster operations, but it will not be done by Tuesday, when the latest extension to the state’s COVID-related disaster declaration expires.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg joined Eyewitness News anchor and “Right Now” host Michael Schwanke to discuss the president’s infrastructure plan, talks aiming for bipartisan support for a plan and key infrastructure issues affecting Kansas.
Senator Jerry Moran is hosting a virtual roundtable event on Tuesday to speak with Amtrak leadership and local leaders regarding the proposed extension of the Heartland Flyer passenger service into Kansas.
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