A federal grand jury has indicted three Kansas men on charges that they operated a global sales and supply network for synthetic marijuana.
Bradley Miller of Wichita, his brother, Clark Sloan of Tonganoxie, and Sloan’s son Jonathan Sloan of Lawrence face charges of mail fraud, conspiracy, distribution of a misbranded drug, smuggling, and conspiracy to launder money from the operation.
They’re accused of manufacturing and distributing a marijuana substitute called K2 through businesses named Bouncing Bear Botanicals and Persephone’s Journey.
Many in the general public think of history as dry textbooks and the memorization of lists of dates, wars, kings and presidents. But memorizing facts is no more history than practicing free throws is basketball.
The survey bases its grades on data gathered from a nationwide group of more than 7,000 small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs in order to rank the best places in the country to do business. The rankings were released in partnership with the Kauffman Foundation.
Kansas received its overall A grade thanks to a strong showing in several categories:
The Kansas Senate has approved new restrictions on abortion providers.
Senators voted 29-11 Tuesday on a bill blocking tax breaks for clinics that provide abortions.
The legislation also keeps groups affiliated with abortion from furnishing materials or instructors for sex education classes in public schools.
The measure also spells out in greater detail which information doctors must provide to patients before performing abortions-- including information about a now-debunked potential link between abortion and breast cancer.