June 13, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Kansas Constitution

Lawmakers take the Kansas Constitution to court over calling a Convention of States

Two Kansas state legislators, Sen. Mike Thompson and Rep. Michael Murphy, have filed a federal lawsuit alleging the state Constitution…

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KSDE deceives school districts on efficiency and achievement

Imagine 100 students take a test where Johnnie gets a C and only four students had higher grades.  That puts…

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red tape bureaucrat bureaucracy

Constitutional amendment would allow legislature to overturn state agency regulations

Kansas voters will consider a constitutional amendment on their November ballots that would allow the Legislature to overturn agency regulations.…

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Olathe mom spearheads petition for right to speak at public meetings

An online petition is proposing to amend the Kansas Open Meetings Act to require all meetings of public bodies and…

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KS Supreme Court sets date for SB 40 hearing

Save the date.  The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a new law stands on Oct. 26. The…

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Eyebrow threaders sue state board over the right to earn a living

Jyotsna Biscuitwala is fighting for a slice of the American Dream. Along with her son and daughter-in-law, the Olathe woman…

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Dem Leaders Request Interim Committee on School Finance

Legislative leadership will consider whether to create an interim committee on school finance in light of the Kansas Supreme Court’s…

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Wichita State Rally Against Campus Carry Draws 15 People

Sometimes pictures speak louder than words. On Tuesday, a rally against campus carry in Kansas appeared to draw fifteen people. That…

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Sorry, Mission Hills: No Such Thing as ‘City Rights’

Mission Hills City Council President David Dickey told attendees at a Northeast Johnson County State of the Cities luncheon that…

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