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- Douglas County Commission votes to move forward on crisis intervention center
- December 30, 2015
- With a unanimous vote and little discussion Wednesday, Douglas County commissioners approved signing a letter of intent to move forward on a crisis intervention center with Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center.
- County Commission to consider formalizing intent to build crisis intervention center
- December 29, 2015
- Douglas County Commissioners at their meeting Wednesday will consider signing a letter of intent to establish a crisis intervention center with Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center.
- Douglas County commissioners approve first part of fairgrounds project at $2.35 million
- December 23, 2015
- Douglas County commissioners approved $2.35 million in funds to move forward with Phase 1 of the fairgrounds project, as well as some adjustments to make facilities more accessible to the hearing-impaired.
- Douglas County Commission to consider plan for McCollum Hall rubble
- December 23, 2015
- In addition to the previously set agenda for today’s meeting, Douglas County Commissioners will be asked to approve a disposal plan to allow the Hamm Quarry to make use of McCollum Hall demolition materials.
- Douglas County Commission to consider approving $2.35 million for Phase 1 of Fairgrounds project
- December 22, 2015
- The Douglas County Commission at its meeting Wednesday will consider approving a maximum price of approximately $2.35 million for the first phase of the Douglas County Fairgrounds renovation.
- Douglas County Commission approves $200,000 grant for Menard Inc.
- December 9, 2015
- Douglas County commissioners at their Wednesday meeting voted in favor of a $200,000 grant to Menard Inc.
- Kobach registers 2 suspended Douglas County voters, asks court to dismiss suit; attorney claims he’s trying to evade judicial review
- November 11, 2015
- Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office began registering two Douglas County men to vote just days after they sued Kobach to stop him from purging them and thousands of others from the state’s controversial suspended voters’ list.
- Immigration efforts designed to protect Kansans, Kobach says; attorney says hundreds in Lawrence would be hurt
- February 21, 2015
- An anti-immigrant bill pending in the Kansas legislature renouncing President Barack Obama’s recent executive orders easing deportation policies against select groups of undocumented immigrants would affect hundreds of local families, Lawrence immigration attorney Blanca Marin de Stevanov said Friday. Kansas’s Senate Bill 166, referred to as the “Rule of Law Restoration Act,” introduced earlier this month by Secretary of State Kris Kobach, argues the executive orders were illegal because they violated the separation of powers described in Articles I and II of the U.S. Constitution. By Caitlin Doornbos
- Church leaders question Kobach comment on voter ID
- 09:04 a.m., August 1, 2014 Updated 09:38 a.m.
- Some Kansas church leaders are upset over a remark by Secretary of State Kris Kobach questioning the veracity of those opposed to the state’s voter photo identification law.
- Program run by Kobach checks voter registration records of more than 100 million people
- April 20, 2014
- A little-known program run by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach goes through more than 100 million voter records from states across the nation. By Scott Rothschild
- Jenkins explains budget vote; tours local businesses
- April 15, 2014
- U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins on Tuesday explained her vote in favor of a federal budget bill that she says would reign in the federal deficit, but which Democrats say would gut funding for domestic programs such as Medicare and student financial aid. By Peter Hancock
- Graduate students showcase their research at Statehouse
- February 14, 2013
- Dozens of college students from Kansas University, Kansas State and Wichita State showcased their work Thursday in the Statehouse as part of the 10th annual Capitol Graduate Research Summit. By Scott Rothschild
- U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder touts bill that would make research more available during KU visit
- October 24, 2012
- Speaking at KU’s Watson Library on Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder said he’s supporting a bill that would help make federally funded scholarly research more freely available for anyone to see. He also credited KU for being a leader — often mentioned alongside the likes of Harvard — on the issue of open access to research. By Matt Erickson
- Democrat announces campaign for 2nd Congressional District
- May 22, 2012
- A Topeka pastor announced Tuesday that he is running for the 2nd Congressional District which is currently represented by U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, a Republican from Topeka.
- Brownback pushes for tax cuts during panel discussion in New York
- 09:58 a.m., April 11, 2012 Updated 03:00 p.m.
- Participating on a tax discussion panel Tuesday in New York, Brownback said people want “bold solutions.” He said, “The public is scared now. They are scared for the future of their country.”