Kris Kobach keeps losing in court but now wants the Legislature to bail out his anti-voter stance.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach keeps losing in court as he tries to deny people their right to vote.
Mayor Sly James has a plan to spend $800 million on capital improvements.
The stakes are sky-high as Mayor Sly James makes a last-minute push this week to place his $800 million infrastructure bond plan on the April ballot.
Gov. Eric Greitens announced some cuts to Missouri’s budget on Monday.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Monday slashed $146 million from the current budget — more than half coming from higher education spending — to try to keep it balanced for the fiscal year.
One of the Kansas City Chiefs’ official logos.
Every person gets to make his or her own decision about professional football.
Hey, it’s Kevin Yoder everyone, back with another swipe at the Affordable Care Act.
Kevin Yoder started and ended the past week with his boast that he and other Republicans in Congress have a great plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.
My dizzying view from the 5th floor of the Kansas Capitol on Wednesday.
TOPEKA — The first, brief week of the 2017 Kansas legislative session is essentially over, and I have some positive takeaways after my visit here on Wednesday.
City Council members meet Thursday to discuss an $800 million bond issue.
On Thursday morning, Kansas City Council members got no closer to deciding whether to put an $800 million bond issue for roads, sidewalks, flood control and public buildings on the April ballot. But wait — what are these?
The Kansas Capitol on Wednesday morning, as a new budget is unveiled.
TOPEKA — The new, multi-year Kansas budget announced here by Gov. Sam Brownback’s staff on Wednesday is DOA with much of the Legislature.
Sam Brownback gave an uninspired State of the State on Tuesday.
Well, that was a waste of time. Gov. Sam Brownback gave his next-to-last State of the State Tuesday evening and refused to face facts.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill
The latest blistering report from U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri has claimed a well-known victim — but also raised questions of government censorship.
Kevin Yoder isn’t fooling many people with his whining about the Affordable Care Act.
Monday was not a good day for U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder on the health care front. And that’s positive news.
Gov. Sam Brownback will have a lot to say in his State of the State on Monday evening.
Sam Brownback, the nation’s most unpopular governor, has been very coy about what he will say in his 2017 State of the State address Tuesday evening. Continue reading