Federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Thursday that a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals correctly ruled last month that the government had proven its case against Dylann Roof, despite his protestations on several points.
A federal judge ordered Kansas on Wednesday to pay a total of $1.42 million to attorneys who succeeded in getting the federal courts to strike down a state law requiring new voters to show papers documenting their U.S. citizenship when registering.
A Kansas legislator accused of kicking a high school student in the testicles pleaded guilty Monday to three lesser misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and was placed on a year’s probation under a deal with the local prosecutor.
A legal fight over D&E abortions in Texas has highlighted the importance of the Value Them Both Amendment, an amendment to remove the right to an abortion from the Kansas Constitution, according to Attorney General Derek Schmidt.
Top Republican legislators in Kansas are accusing Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration of illegally spending at least $86 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds by not getting their approval first.
A Democrat who has announced that he’s stepping down from the Kansas House will serve as state policy director for a national group that defends the rights of atheists and fights to keep religion out of government.
At the Kansas Independent Oil and Gas Association’s annual meeting, Pompeo and his wife, Susan, were the main guests. A topic on the minds of may was the reaction from the 70th secretary of state on Afghanistan.
Kansas Senators have helped to pass an amendment to the new trillion-dollar budget resolution that ensures migrants are not brought further into the country if they have not tested negative for COVID-19.