Stephen is the statehouse reporter for Kansas Public Radio.
The recent special legislative session in Kansas could lead to new bills for consideration in 2014.
The all-Republican Kansas congressional delegation is almost unanimous in its opposition to a U.S. military action in Syria.
The Kansas Senate has confirmed the nomination of Caleb Stegall to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Kansas House has unanimously passed a fix for the state's Hard 50 sentencing law.The law allows judges to sentence certain convicted murderers to at least 50 years in prison before the possibility for parole.The House's proposed revision would change the process so that juries also play a part in giving the sentences.Republican representative Lance Kinzer of Olathe says the fix will help preserve the original intent of the bill:
A Kansas House committee Tuesday passed a proposed fix for the state’s Hard 50 sentencing law.
Kansas Senate hearings begin Tuesday on Gov. Sam Brownback's nominee for the state Court of Appeals.
Former Republican Kansas Senator Nancy Kassebaum Baker and former U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Deanell Tacha are skeptical about the new judicial selection system that Kansas has adopted.
A Kansas Senate committee will hold a hearing next week to consider Gov. Sam Brownback's choice to fill an open court seat.
Gov. Sam Brownback Wednesday signed a proclamation commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Under a new law, roofers in Kansas are required to apply for a license to do business.