In last week’s column, Flentje warned against one-time fixes for the state’s budget.
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…so argues Michael Smith in his latest column.
In his latest IK column, Duane Goosen offers a 2017 to-do list for busy state legislators.
Dr. Peterson digs through the legislative gift bag in this week’s column.
KAKE has canceled “This Week in Kansas,” on which several IK columnists have appeared regularly. Their decision appears to be final. Tim Brown has asked KPTS (Wichita Public TV) to adopt the show. Please help! Contact KPTS and ask them nicely if they would take over “This Week” from KAKE. KPTS contact info is: Main Office: 316-838-3090 or 800-794-8498
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Michael tackles judicial retention elections in this week’s column.
We’re in the Lawrence Journal-World now! In this week’s column, Smith asks Reagan’s famous question about Kansas