HOW THEY VOTED
Kansas voted along party lines Thursday, when the U.S. House of Representatives voted 248-180 for a proposal to allow states to display the Ten Commandments in public buildings. Later on Thursday, the House passed a juvenile justice bill including the proposal.
Voting for public display of the commandments were Kansas Reps. Jerry Moran, Jim Ryun and Todd Tiahrt -- all Republicans. Kansas Rep. Dennis Moore, a Democrat, voted against the proposal.