A new Kansas statute requires proof of citizenship before voting in an election for the first time. The controversial legislation has many people divided.
This hour, Kris Kobach, known for his influence on immigration law, and author Alvaro Vargas Llosa join Steve Kraske to discuss policy and reform.
How much power is too much when it comes to the hallowed fields of college sports?
Three years ago the Kansas legislature passed a one-cent sales tax with the intention of removing it at a later date.
Lawmakers and officials in Kansas seem to be unclear on what some of the laws on that state's books actually mean.
A panel of three federal judges last week issued new political maps for Kansas. New boundary lines were issued for members of Congress, the state Senate, the state House and the Kansas Board of Education.
The Kansas House has surprised the Senate by bypassing a compromise tax-cut plan while the Senate was preparing to vote on it.