Roadblocks in the Kansas Legislature have hindered the progress of the CROWN Act since the anti-discrimination legislation was introduced in 2020.
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The Lawrence City Commission is considering an ordinance banning conversion therapy for minors. The ban would exempt the clergy.
Kansas legislators met on Feb. 17 to discuss the Kansas Promise Scholarship. If the bill is passed, it would establish a scholarship that funds two years of postsecondary education for students entering in high-demand technical fields.
Christina Haswood made history on on Jan. 11 when she was sworn into the Kansas Legislature. Haswood is one of the youngest members in legislation and the third Native American member of the Kansas Legislature.
It's Election Day today: here's what you need to know for the 2020 general election.
The Kansas State Finance Council agreed to extend Gov. Laura Kelly's state of emergency declaration until Oct. 15. The declaration will not close any businesses.
U.S. Senate candidate Barbara Bollier focused on how she would bring bipartisanship to Congress during a meeting with University of Kansas students Tuesday night.
Student Senate held a virtual forum for Kansas House of Representatives District 10 candidates last Friday to discuss important issues facing the United States and the University of Kansas student body.
The University of Kansas will hold tuition flat for all students in the 2020-2021 school year to ease the economic burden of the coronavirus pandemic.