The Kansas House and Senate have passed their versions of both budget and tax plans, but there's still plenty of work ahead. The two chambers will now try to smooth out differences between the plans.
Word came Tuesday that the Kansas Chamber of Commerce's political action committee spent more than a quarter of a million dollars on statehouse races this year supporting conservative Republicans running for state office.
Kansas voters will also head to the ballot box next Tuesday, August 7, to pick nominees for a number of races, including Kansas Senate and House of Representatives.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback touted the state's fiscal health Wednesday during a press briefing at the statehouse.
It’s a toast to the happy hour, so raise your glasses Kansans! As of this Sunday, Kansans will legally be able to partake in the after-work and late-night tradition of happy hour drink specials.
Governor Sam Brownback is reconfiguring the size and scope of state government in Kansas with the help of an overwhelmingly conservative Republican legislature.