by Alan Pyke Jun 16, 2015 Updated: Jun 16, 2015
Low- and moderate-income Kansans will field most of the burden of tax increases in a last-minute fix for the large budget deficit created by tax breaks for the wealthiest in the state.
by Kay Steiger Jun 12, 2015
Can Kansas get itself out of a massive budget hole created by tax cuts?
by Kay Steiger Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 10, 2015
Kansas wanted to limit welfare to $25 a day. Now they're walking that back.
by Kay Steiger May 30, 2015
Kansas Republicans consider minor rollbacks of their "tea party experiment."
by Alan Pyke May 19, 2015
With a giant deficit looming, Kansas is spending $43,000 per day so that lawmakers can keep disagreeing about whether or not the state's tax cuts are working.
by Casey Quinlan May 5, 2015
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback responds to a waitress' plea that he "tip the schools."
by Samantha Page May 4, 2015
The wind industry says the agreement provides stability for the business environment, though utilities will no longer be required to use wind and solar.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 28, 2015
One signing ceremony wasn't enough for Sam Brownback.
by Bryce Covert Apr 6, 2015
Kansas also enacted reforms that impose strict lifetime limits on benefits and ban recipients from withdrawals at movie theaters and nail salons.
by Alan Pyke Apr 3, 2015
Kansas' schools were already underfunded by hundreds of millions of dollars before Gov. Sam Brownback (R) initiated significant mid-year cuts this spring. Now, a pair of districts in north-central Kansas are ending the school year early.