March 24, 2023

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SCOTUS: parents of SPED students can sue districts under ADA

A United States Supreme Court decision handed down Tuesday related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has enormous implications for parents of special education (SPED students and the State of Kansas.  In a unanimous…

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School choice ESA bill passes the Kansas House in SB 83

In a major victory for school choice advocates in the Sunflower State, the Kansas House of Representatives passed the “Sunflower Education Equity Act” in SB 83. House Substitute for Senate Bill 83, which — because…

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Kelly administration wants $15 million to bail out failed incentive program

The Kelly administration is asking for approximately $15 million a year to prop up an incentive program that has shown little sign of being successful. According to the Wichita Eagle, the Department of Commerce has…

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KCC supports “minimum bill” for consumers who generate own power

If the Kansas Corporation Commission — the entity tasked with overseeing utilities in the state of Kansas — has its way, people who generate their own electricity would still have to pay a minimum bill…

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