Kansas Republican U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran released a statement to constituents saying President Donald Trump has the right to wage a legal fight for a fair counting of votes in the presidential election, but should offer presumed Democrat Joe Biden the national security briefings and other support common to transition to a new president. (Submitted)

U.S. Sen. Moran says review of voting affirms President-elect Biden winner of 2020 race

Kansas U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran says Joe Biden should receive briefings typical of an incoming president despite Donald Trump's legal challenges.
U.S. Sens. Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran, Kansas Republicans, joined with former U.S. Sen. Robert Dole to endorse GOP U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall for Roberts' seat in the U.S. Senate. (Submitted/Kansas Reflector)

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Kansans caravan in mourning for COVID-19, demand legislators reject ‘politics of austerity’

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GOP legislators: Kansans choosing jobless benefits cheat system, guilty of ‘complacency’

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Kansas schools seek balance between best practices for education, safety

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How the federal farm bill hurts Kansas and how to begin fixing it

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Cheryl Harrison-Lee, a Gardner member of the Kansas Board of Regents, said COVID-19 has challenged the state's 32 public colleges and universities, but the system will "keep working collectively to safeguard the health and safety of everyone at our institutions and deliver the high-quality education that the students deserve." (Tim Carpenter/Kansas Reflector)

Kansas higher education leaders believe pandemic experience justifies risk of in-person instruction

Kansas higher education officials are relieved to get through the fall semester with COVID-19 and plan to resume in-person instruction in 2021.

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