The Kansas City Chiefs make offensive lineman Eric Fisher the first pick in the NFL draft. The Kansas City council votes down proposal to privatize airport buses. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback stops at KU Medical Center on a tour to promote higher education funding.
A Kansas City council committee considers making a curfew on the Plaza year round. The Missouri House passes a sales tax bill and a bill criminalizing the enforcement of federal gun laws. Rains have eased drought conditions in eastern Kansas.
The state House backs a bill to overhauls Missouri’s conceal carry rules. Kansas Governor Sam Brownback stops at KU on his higher education story. Local band The Grisly Hand releases it’s first full-length album.
Missouri House Endorses Transferring Conceal Carry Process to Sheriffs
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signs two bills. One bill will require KU Med to setup a new stem cell center, and the other bill updates the state’s human trafficking laws. The Missouri Senate passes a $25 billion budget. Seed companies fight to maintain independence.
Kansas Governor Signs Bill Updating Human Trafficking Laws
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