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    Unions oppose First Amendment rights for teachers, others

    Marni Mills is a 20-year member of the Kansas National Education Association in Olathe. When she wanted to cease paying dues, she learned that getting out is harder than making a simple request even...

    Lawmakers debate mandating personal finance class to graduate

    Kansas students can graduate from high school without taking any classes on personal finance. A bill before the Kansas Legislature would change that. The proposal mandates that Kansas high school students pass a semester-long...

    SB 174 would eliminate ‘pay to work fee’ for APRNs

    Proponents say a proposal before the Kansas Legislature regarding Advance Practice Registers Nurses (APRNs) will lower medical costs and improve Kansans’ access to medical care. However, opponents say the legislation could accelerate a nursing...

    OCPA claims free speech victory over ‘cancel culture’

    In a victory not just for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs -- but for First Amendment threats across the nation -- an Oklahoma court has dismissed a defamation lawsuit by Paycom and its...