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    Kelly vetoes tax bill, reporters act like her deputies

    Instead of asking hard questions about obviously misleading statements in Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto of HB 2033, reporters across Kansas acted as though they were her deputies pushing a message. House bill 2033 was a...

    Advocates admit Medicaid expansion won’t save rural hospitals

    Pressed to consider the facts with emotion removed, even some strong advocates admit Medicaid expansion won't save rural hospitals.  And that includes expansion's leading advocate - Governor Laura Kelly. Gov. Laura Kelly recently told a...

    Media bias – shaping news to fit an agenda

    Media bias takes many forms, as demonstrated in a recent story that ran in the Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle.  The headline - "‘A bitter pill to swallow’: Kansas lawmakers drop child welfare...

    School district lawyers say $1 billion isn’t enough to resolve Gannon suit

    Legislators just increased school funding another $90 million per year, bringing the total being phased in through the 2023 school year to a little over $1 billion in new state aid, but school lawyers...
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