July 20, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Kansas Policy Institue

KDHE orders Riley County to halt COVID vaccine distribution

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has ordered Riley County health officials to cease COVID vaccine distribution. The problem?…

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COVID survival rate up to 98.9% in Kansas

Data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment shows the COVID survival rate reached a new high of 98.9%…

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KDHE shows no interest in obtaining cycle threshold data

Despite it being clear the State of Kansas is using overly-sensitive COVID tests that, according to officials, will return positive…

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Federal lawsuit against Linn County alleges 4th Amendment violation

Two Linn County businesses have filed a federal lawsuit challenging an order by Linn County Health Director Dr. Jay Allen…

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KC Star reporter perpetuates misleading attacks on Republicans

Kansas City Star Washington D.C. Correspondent Bryan Lowry on Sunday sent out a tweet in the aftermath of Joe Biden…

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Reopening Kansas: challenges and opportunities

Even as the Kansas Policy Institute, which owns the Sentinel, and the Kansas Chamber of Commerce released their plans for…

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Medicaid expansion states have worse COVID-19 results

One of Governor Kelly’s closest allies in the Legislature, state Sen. Barbara Bollier, a retired Mission Hills physician, said one…

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Kelly’s KPERS reamortization would cost taxpayers $4.4 billion

For the second straight year, Democratic Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has proposed a KPERS reamortization plan for the Kansas Public…

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Record 18 legislators score above 90% on 2019 Kansas Freedom Index

Eighteen Kansas House and Senate members scored better than 90% on the 2019 Kansas Freedom Index, besting the previous high of…

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Mark Janus testifies in support of Kansas public employees

When Mark Janus began work as a child support specialist for the state of Illinois, no one ever asked him…

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Lawmakers, Governor Draw Battle Lines on KPERS Repayment

With unanimous consent in both the Kansas House and Senate, a bill that will repay $115 million to Kansas’s public…

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