A delay in a major Kansas computer project is complicating Secretary of State Kris Kobach's effort to have a proof-of-citizenship rule in place for new voters ahead of this year's presidential election.
The first tax bill of the 2012 session is one House vote away from going to the Kansas Senate, where prospects are less than certain.
Committees in the Kansas House and Senate are facing critical votes on legislation redrawing the state's political boundaries.
A longtime Republican activist in Kansas has filed two ethics complaints against a state senator, accusing him of misusing campaign funds and filing a false campaign finance report with the state.
A Kansas House committee has declined to hear a bill that would name Toto’s breed the official state dog of Kansas.
A proposed $14 billion budget for the state of Kansas is drawing bipartisan criticism because it would withhold some education funds to push local school districts to tap their cash reserves first.
The Kansas House has begun debate on a Republican plan to cut income taxes.
House members have approved a measure that provides Kansas cities and counties with $90 million property tax relief while requiring public notification when property valuations increase.
Rick Santorum won the Kansas caucuses in a rout on Saturday and Mitt Romney showed strength in Wyoming, the latest contests in the grinding campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
Who says Republicans can't come to Lawrence? On Friday Congressman Ron Paul was on the hill doing some last minute campaigning ahead of Saturday's Kansas caucus.