Hutton said that Colyer does not believe that the solutions to Kansas problems lie in Topeka or Washington, but in the people of Kansas.
Davis is calling on Kansas current delegation to hold Trump’s feet to the fire on this.
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It will remain warm today, but cool off tomorrow, with some rain possible late tonight.
Pompeo’s nomination now goes to the floor, where it is likely to come up quickly, as Republicans in the Senate would like to see Pompeo confirmed before Friday’s meetings of the Foreign Ministers of the North Atlantic Council at NATO Headquarters.
Those investigator positions will be filled with Licensed Social Workers wherever possible, but if it is not, the agency is asking to be allowed to fill positions with what it is calling an unlicensed CPS specialist, who would have a degree in a related field and receive training from the agency on investigating cases. Meier-Hummel estimated that there could be more than 200 vacancies spread throughout the state.
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The reason for the increase is simple supply and demand.
It’s a beautiful start to the week, with chances of rain slipping in Tuesday night.
The event had about 300 attendees and came just hours prior to the Kansas State Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in Lenexa, which was also held on Friday.
Facebook is making an effort to let users know how they can protect their information so that only those they want to see it can have it.
We’ll finally see some April showers this weekend.
Kansas is actually up one spot from last year, when it was 27th and the state still has several areas where it does well in terms of fiscal policy.
Kobach was ordered by Judge Robinson to pay attorney’s fees for the ACLU for a portion of the case.
The judge is ordering Kobach to pay the opponent’s attorney’s fees for a portion of the case.
The new prison will be completed in 18 to 20 months. Some demolition work has already begun on the prison grounds.
Gray skies are going to clear up this morning and it should be a good afternoon.
Neither of Kobach’s presumed primary opponents for Governor, either Governor Jeff Colyer or Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer has commented as of Wednesday afternoon.
In 2017, the Kansas Board of Pharmacy and Kansas Department of Health and Environment collaborated to integrate K-TRACS data into Electronic Health Records (EHR) and pharmacy management systems.
For those who are actively searching for work, or who know they will be soon, there’s something at www.kscareernav.gov.
All flags in Kansas are at half staff following a Presidential order through Saturday night.
36-year-old Nathaniel Mahkuk was arrested on burglary charges along with felony obstruction and other warrants Tuesday
Partly cloudy, windy and cooler today.
Any fires that start will have extreme fire behavior and spread rapidly. Outdoor burning is not advised.
The court has made its regular practice to hand down any decisions from a session by June 30th and so since this case is coming so late in the session, it is likely a decision will come toward the end of June.
Kobach has said he will not sign any tax increase if he becomes Governor and he paints Gov. Jeff Colyer with a different brush.
Colyer said that he’s very confident that the Legislature will pass the technical fixes when they come back. Briefs to explain the Legislature’s action are due to the Kansas Supreme Court by April 30.
Sunny and beautiful today through Thursday.
Tannahill is running against several seasoned legislators in the Republican primary and would likely face another in the general if Paul Davis is the Democrat nominee.
One of the many goals Governor Colyer wants to see from the Council is a way to hold schools accountable.
It’s beginning to feel more like spring again, but we have to wait til Tuesday for the full warm up.
The next expected survey from Fort Hays State is their annual Kansas Speaks survey in the fall.
The summit begins at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17, and will conclude at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18.
A cool change is coming, but we could see some thunderstorms before it gets here.
For more information on what you can do to get your taxes done, go to irs.gov or call 800-TAX-1040.
It’s not as if Garber is the first to think that the courts may be overstepping their bounds. Several executives have believed so, as well, from Thomas Jefferson to George W. Bush.
Kentucky Republican Rand Paul has said he won’t support Pompeo and it remains to be seen what leadership would do if the committee were equally divided.
Warm and windy weather continues, with high fire danger across central and southwest Kansas.
Henry Kampschroeder has gone missing twice in the last several months.
The lawsuit only addresses the legality of out-of-state candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor and not for other statewide elected offices.
Colyer is ultimately happy with the intent of the bill.
If you know where a child support evader is, call (888) 757-2445 to let DCF know so they can start the process of getting the money collected.
Windy and warm through Friday, before a chance of rain Friday night.
The bill passed with the exact number needed in both the House and Senate, 63 votes and 21 votes, respectively.
The gap is the least for White, Non-Hispanic women. The gap is larger for Asian and Black women and the highest for Latina women in the state.
The United States is doing its best to help with the supply side of the equation, but much of the world’s oil is out of its control.
Sixty-seven-year-old Orville Schmidt was driving eastbound on U.S. 50 just before 3 p.m. at mile marker 270 when he crossed the center line to the left and struck a semi driven by 65-year-old Jose Catarino Ramos of El Paso, Texas in the westbound lane.
We get a nice warm up through the middle part of the week.
The next move, after Governor Colyer signs the bill, is for the Kansas Supreme Court to review it. Legal briefs are due April 30.
No reports of damage have been publicized at this point.
As long as we can endure today, spring temperatures will return soon.
The bill is headed to Governor Jeff Colyer’s desk.
34-year-old Heath D. Wilson of Topeka was taken to a hospital where he died. His passenger, 63-year-old Mardine L. Wilson of Topeka, died at the scene.
The chilly, wet weather for today looks like it will have less of a travel impact than feared earlier in the week.
A three-week break is scheduled to begin at the end of legislative business on Friday.
The goal of the amendment is to separate equity from adequacy from a legal point of view.
The legislative remedy to the Court’s latest decision must be presented for review by April 30.
Enjoy Thursday, because the weekend doesn’t look too good right now.
There is no word at this point as to when floor debate on the potential amendment may take place in the House.
There is no word at this point as to whether or not the Senate committee will work the bill.
The harm reduction approach is giving adults that are already addicted to nicotine more options for nicotine delivery than smoking in an effort to reduce smoking’s carcinogenic effects.
None of the tariffs against China have actually been implemented by the U.S. yet. The process of deciding the exact scope of anything implemented could take a couple of months.
It will feel much more like winter than spring today before a brief bounce back tomorrow and a chilly Friday.
The Legislature faces an April 30 deadline to have a legislative response to the Kansas Supreme Court and a three-week break was originally scheduled to begin at the end of their work this week.
It remains to be seen if any language even makes it out of committee, let alone any further in the process.
It remains to be seen what the Senate’s version of a school funding bill will look like and a final product won’t happen until something passes the Senate and they get into a conference committee.
Cloudy and cold this morning with patchy drizzle and fog in Topeka. Red Flag Warning across Central Kansas today.
The current Legislature will have to deal with the remedial phase of the case that is before them now, commonly called Gannon V.
Through multiple germaneness challenges and several amendments beaten back on mostly party lines, the bill that came out of the K-12 Budget Committee is what ultimately was voted on by the Committee of the Whole. That bill was defeated 55-65.
It’s not that new sources of energy are not efficient in normal circumstances. However, normal circumstances do not always exist.
It’s still important to communicate, even if your boss is the one stressing you out.
Despite their own behavior, most drivers, nearly 58 percent, say talking on a cell phone while behind the wheel is a very serious threat to their personal safety, while 78 percent believe that texting is a significant danger.
The growth is still centered in the cities at this point.
Watch out for slick spots this morning until temps get above freezing.
Even if the timing is not during normal business hours, voters and stakeholders can still follow it online.
If you’re able to withhold less, you can actually give yourself a paycheck raise.
Some military families will not be receiving in-home services starting at the beginning of April due to the lack of reimbursement.
A Good Friday before a chilly Easter weekend.
The state will charge a $2 convenience fee for the transactions done on the app to pay for it.
The goal at this point is to pass something next week before the scheduled break April 6.
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect this morning until 8 a.m.
Moran is chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies.
The committee moved the bill to the floor without recommendation Wednesday night.
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Part of the reason Kansas ranked so high is job availability.
The starting price for the new Cadillac XT4 announced Tuesday is $35,790.
Cloudy and drizzly again for Wednesday.
For more information on Hodgkinson’s campaign, go to rob4kansas.com.
The insurance bill remains in committee. The security bill will have a final vote on Wednesday.
Low clouds and patchy fog are possible this morning.
The latest tax reform bill has expanded the use of 529 plans to include usage for K-12 tuition payments, but school choice advocates would like to see even more done to allow children to go to school where their parents want them to.
The Attorney General’s opinion is that as long as the CBD oil does not have THC content, it is legal to use in Kansas. This legislation would codify that in statute.
Preliminary investigation indicates the fire cause to be Accidental, associated with improper disposal of hot grease.
A rainy day on Monday, with chances stretching into Tuesday morning.
The Facts & Figures report is mailed to every state legislator and governor across the country.
Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward made it clear that he feels there’s been a long enough wait to talk about the school funding issue.
Rain is in the forecast, but the strongest storms should stay to the north of Topeka.
Hineman said the value of the latest cost study is in the fact that it made the numbers clear for legislators.
Weather doesn’t get much better for Spring Break.
The Kansas Legislature faces an April 30 deadline to get a remedy to the Kansas Supreme Court for review.