The state treasury in Kansas received $13.7 million less in tax revenue from income, sales and other sources from July to November than anticipated by economic and budget experts who revised official estimates last month, officials said.
Congressional leaders are now attempting to pass a federal resolution with Kansas roots that would bar medical providers from adding a DNR to a juvenile patient’s medical chart without parental consent.
A heap of U.S. Senators have urged President Joe Biden to enforce oil sanctions and break an agreement reached with Iran in September over American hostages in light of funding sent to terrorist organizations.
The practice among some federal judges in the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to require use of pronouns preferred by attorneys, litigants and witnesses was potentially unconstitutional and undermined judicial impartiality, the Kansas attorney general said Tuesday.
A federal judge is considering Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s arguments that a new Kansas law rolling back transgender rights doesn’t bar the state from changing the sex listing on transgender people’s birth certificates.
A state-court judge on Monday ordered Kansas to stop allowing transgender people to change the listing for their sex on their driver’s licenses, ahead of the first hearing in a lawsuit filed by state’s Republican attorney general against the practice.
The Republican attorney general of Kansas sued Friday to block transgender residents from changing their sex on their driver’s licenses and to rebuke the Democratic governor for defying his interpretation of a new law.