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Kansas lawmakers rush to resume debate on property tax restrictions

TOPEKA — Kansas senators on Tuesday took up a measure requiring local governments to provide public notice and a hearing when attempting to raise...

3 wishes from regular Kansans as lawmakers head back to work

The second Monday in January always means one thing in Kansas: Back to work for 125 representatives, 40 senators and one governor, who'll carry...

U.S. Senate insiders: Bollier’s money, message no match for political gravity...

Campaign insiders say Marshall exploited voter views of abortion, gun rights in U.S. Senate campaign to overcome Bollier fundraising advantage.

Marijuana advocates hope collaborative bill is key to legalizing medicinal use...

TOPEKA — After a shortened session dashed hopes for medicinal cannabis legalization in 2020, proponents of the plant are taking a fresh approach for...

Why I moved from California to Kansas to grow leafy greens...

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives...

Kansas Supreme Court reverses lower court, upholds state’s worker compensation law

Kansas Supreme Court unanimously reverses lower court to affirm constitutionality of state law guiding worker compensation decisions.

Lawmakers polish brass knuckles for annual showdown over Kansas tax policy

TOPEKA — Republican Sen. Caryn Tyson is frustrated with an inability to enact legislation bringing more transparency to valuation-driven property tax increases by city...

Kansas distilleries thankful to avoid ‘burdensome’ FDA fee for producing hand...

TOPEKA — Kansas distilleries are toasting a decision by the federal government to waive a fee for producing hand sanitizer amid the pandemic —...

Kansas audit questions management of state’s angel-investor business incentive

First in series of legislative audits on Kansas business incentives fuels skepticism about $6 million per year angel investor strategy.

New treasurer eager to disperse unclaimed funds, wants Legislature to make...

TOPEKA — In preparation for his new job as state treasurer, Lynn Rogers searched the office's database of abandoned bank accounts, wages, stocks and...

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