Kansas legislators from both sides endorse shorter session; Kansas school efficiency report released; Political figure Grover Norquist endorses Kansas immigration plan.
KS Legislators Agree To Trim 2013 Session
Kansas legislative leaders from both parties have endorsed plans to shorten this year's annual session to 80 days.
If they're successful, the Legislature will trim 10 days off the normal 90 days that leaders expect each year.
Around 50 protesters, mostly young people, gathered outside Secretary of State Kris Kobach's office Tuesday, calling on him to resign. Among other things, the protesters said Kobach spends too much time on immigration issues.
Wichita water rates to go up; Protesters gather at Statehouse to protest Kobach's policies; New online exhibit features Black photographers.
Wichita Water Rates To Go Up Jan. 1
The Wichita City Council voted unanimously yesterday to approve water and sewer rate increases effective next year.
Protesters Oppose Kobach's Work On Immigration