Kansas Wins Prestigious Gold Shovel Award for Economic Development Excellence for Second Consecutive Year
“For the second year in a row, Kansas has been recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in job creation and business investment,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “There’s a reason why: Our track record of fully funding schools, investing in infrastructure, and expanding broadband access has resulted in more businesses choosing to call Kansas home.”
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Foster children still regularly sleep in offices instead of homes despite the Kansas Department for Children and Families settling a lawsuit by agreeing to end the practice.
The 2021 Child Care Supply Demand Report is available.
More than half the counties in the state rely on 10 or fewer families to take in foster children.
“Let us all come together to recognize and honor the men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms,” Governor Laura Kelly said.”
“Kansas’ railroad industry is vital to the state’s economy and the nation’s supply chain system,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “
“The VA, and consequently our nation, has invested a great deal of time and money into the VA Electronic Health Record Modernization program,” said Sen. Moran. “
“A harmful algal bloom (HAB) may look like foam, scum or paint floating on the water and be colored blue, bright green, brown or red.”