Governor Laura Kelly announced today that she signed Senate Substitute for House Bill 2279.
Preliminary estimates reported by the Labor Market Information Services (LMIS) division of the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show a seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 2.5% in March.
This state knows something about dry spells, high winds and the out-of-control fires that can follow.
Kansas — A new, near-total ban on abortion in Oklahoma has Kansas clinics bracing for a flood of women traveling to the state for a procedure outlawed where they live. That law change could drive a new wave of women coming from Oklahoma, Texas and other states to one of the few remaining states in…
Topeka, Kan. — Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan House Bill 2239, cutting property taxes and giving tax relief to many Kansans. HB 2239 amends property, sales, and income tax laws. “Our fiscal responsibility has put Kansas back on track,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “We’ve been able to fully fund our schools, fix our roads and bridges, balance…
Kansas Medicaid Inspector General Steven D. Anderson today released a report examining the Kansas Medicaid program, concluding that the agency responsible for administering the home and community based services (HCBS) program lacks an effective system for tracking the redetermination of beneficiaries in the HCBS program.
Governor Laura Kelly Signs Bill Expanding Protections for Students and Businesses Engaged in Work-Based Learning Programs
Governor Laura Kelly has signed House Substitute for Senate Bill 91, which provides liability protection for businesses, municipalities, and educational institutions participating in high school work-based learning programs.
“This week’s Kansas Missing kids are 17 Year old Maria Pascual-Pascual from Wichita, KS; 15 year old Michael Dibble from Kansas City, Kansas; 16 year old Faith Hoppens from Topeka, Kansas; and now 51 year old Randy Leach from Linwood, Kansas.”
“A fifth generation Kansan, Congressman Mann was elected to the 117th Congress of the United States House of Representatives in 2020 and serves the “Big First” District of Kansas. Congressman Mann proudly serves on the House Agriculture and House Veterans Affairs Committees.”
“We have successfully defended these important election-integrity provisions in district court,” Schmidt said. “We will continue to provide them a vigorous defense as long as necessary to help ensure that Kansas elections are safe and secure.”