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Kansas Newspaper Clippings - General Topics

2014

Andy Marso
Visitor center opens with nods to Kansas' past
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/02/2014

Associated Press
Overnight trips from Salina to Denver to open access to medical marijuana
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/09/2014

Megan Hart
Rural Kansas bucks national employment decline
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2014

Randy Gonzales
United Way makes push to goal
Hays Daily News, 01/13/2014

Associated Press
Kansas Board of Regents unlikely to suspend social media policy
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2014

Pierre Dumont
United Way helps YMCA
Dodge City Daily Globe, 01/18/2014

Chad Lawhorn

City advisory board wants to further consider $500k grant to Wicked Broadband
Lawrence Journal World, 01/21/2014

The Capital-Journal
Wamego house, Marshall County ruts added to national register
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/22/2014

Erin Mathews
Former KC-area couple renew 10-year fight against adult store
Kansas City Star, 01/22/2014

John Hanna
AP: Defending Kansas abortion laws tops $1M
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/22/2014

Associated Press
Judge rules that Kansan who provided sperm to lesbian couple owes child support
Kansas City Star, 01/22/2014

Bryan Lowry
Hyatt to ease gun ban for state GOP convention in Wichita
Wichita Eagle, 01/23/2014

Kan. lawmakers react to president's speech
Hutchinson News, 01/28/2014

The Capital-Journal
Kansas GOP delegation scorns State of Union address
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2014

The Capital-Journal
Kansas Day festivities to show off renovated Statehouse
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2014

The Capital-Journal
Kansas Day celebrations scheduled for Capitol, Kansas Museum of History
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2014

Tim Carpenter
Kansas jobless figure slims to 4.9% in December
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2014

Melissa Lowery
United Way campaign nearly to goal
Emporia Gazette, 01/28/2014

Associated Press
Kansas Supreme Court skeptical of Roeder defense in Tiller shooting
Wichita Eagle, 01/29/2014

Associated Press
Kansans to mark statehood, dedicate Capital
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/29/2014

Associated Press
Missouri Senate endorses bill to curb governor's power
Kansas City Star, 01/30/2014

Aly Van Dyke
Shawnee County ends 2013 with $8.7M reserves
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/30/2014

Associated Press
Ex-city clerk pleads guilty to fraud charges
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/30/2014

Dion Lefler
Rep. Tim Huelskamp vs. Rachel Maddow: Professor ready for Round 2
Wichita Eagle, 01/30/2014

John Milburn
Kansans celebrate statehood, dedicate Capitol
Salina Journal, 01/30/2014

Deb Gruver
Find legislative testimony by DCF staff online
Wichita Eagle, 02/02/2014

Deb Gruver
For Sedgwick County zookeepers, it was business as usual
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2014

Steve Kraske
Proposal to legalize pot filed in Missouri
Kansas City Star, 02/05/2014

Andy Marso
Humane Society of the United States to rally for animal welfare legislation
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/05/2014

Associated Press
Tours of Kansas Statehouse dome resume
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/06/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Citizens government review committee looks at mayor's powers, number of council districts
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2014

Jan Biles
Atchison woman opposes county taking family's cropland
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/08/2014

Associated Press
U.S. Attorney General Holder extends same-sex marriage rights to federal courts in all states
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/08/2014

Associated Press
Kansas Action for Children says state slow to turn over tobacco data
Kansas City Star, 02/09/2014

Associated Press
U.S. House resolution marks Kansas constitution event
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/10/2014

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Regents: Regents, conservation easements, KU energy savings
Lawrence Journal World, 02/10/2014

Scott Rothschild
Statehouse renovation omits planned carvings
Lawrence Journal World, 02/10/2014

Associated Press
Missouri House panel backs end to Kansas business battle
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/11/2014

Gordon D. Fiedler, Jr
County officials violated state law
Salina Journal, 02/12/2014

Andy Marso
Senate panel votes to double campaign donation limits
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2014

Tony Rizzo
Some note an uptick in marijuana busts near the Colorado border
Kansas City Star, 02/12/2014

Doug Moore
Fight for same-sex marriage in Missouri mirrors efforts across country
Kansas City Star, 02/13/2014

Megan Hart
National contractors group urges other states to copy Kansas law
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2014

Tim Carpenter
Former Brownback staffer linked to 'threat' of NPS official
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2014

John Griffin
KAC: Neosho County doubles state averages in infant mortality rate
Chanute Tribune, 02/19/2014

Associated Press
Missouri legal pot supporters to delay campaign
Kansas City Star, 02/20/2014

Tim Carpenter
Coaches, politicians stand united against cancer
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/20/2014

Associated Press
Arizona passes gay discrimination bill that stalled in Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/20/2014

Brian Burnes
Al Gore brings climate change message to Kansas City
Kansas City Star, 02/22/2014

The Capital-Journal
Statehouse rally planned for Tuesday against anti-gay marriage bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2014

Megan Hart
Forecast: Kansas to regain jobs lost in recession by year's end
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2014

Associated Press
Calls go out to Kansans on religious freedom bill
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2014

Bryan Lowry
Group urges Kansans to thank lawmakers who voted for controversial religious freedom bill
Wichita Eagle, 02/24/2014

Dave Helling
Radiologist's lawsuit becomes an issue in campaign for Senate in Kansas
Kansas City Star, 02/24/2014

Samanatha Foster
Protesters voice opposition to religious freedom bill across from Statehouse
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/25/2014

Associated Press
Future of Sedgwick County juvenile home in doubt
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2014

Associated Press
Missouri Senate backs end to Kansas business battle
Kansas City Star, 02/27/2014

Andy Marso
Fossil's Statehouse visit coincides with House vote
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2014

The Capital-Journal
Shawnee County D.A. Chad Taylor to run for U.S. Senate
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Former mayor speaks against at-large council seats
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/27/2014

Sara Shepherd
Outside Lawrence, discrimination based on sexual orientation already legal in Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2014

Megan Hart
Regional electricity marketplace is live, but cost impact in Kansas unknown
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/01/2014

Megan Hart
Preparations for transmission line through Topeka start Monday
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/01/2014

Associated Press
Kansas lawmakers taking 2-day break from session
Kansas City Star, 03/03/2014

Corey Jones
February's Amber Alerts were first in state since wireless system implemented
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2014

Corey Jones
Successful statewide tornado drill turns up slight hiccups locally
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/04/2014

Associated Press
Missouri House passes truce to end business battle with Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/04/2014

Tim Carpenter
U.S. House votes to adopt 50th rebuttal to ACA
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/05/2014

Tony Rizzo
Laws in Kansas and Missouri protect women from 'upskirt' photos
Kansas City Star, 03/06/2014

Tim Carpenter
Supreme Court: Kansas funding unconstitutional on 'equity' grounds
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2014

Associated Press
Students seek less smoke at state fair
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2014

Phil Wilke
Seaman school board discusses mill levy, maintenance needs
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2014

The Capital-Journal
Power plants, power lines and endangered bird species to be topics of talk
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2014

Associated Press
Missouri House panel considers marijuana legalization
Kansas City Star, 03/11/2014

Andy Marso
Sale of state buildings less certain
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/11/2014

Tim Carpenter
Kline seeks U.S. Supreme Court review of license suspension
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/11/2014

Associated Press
Judge upholds Missouri restrictions on funeral protests
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/11/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Appeal in sperm donor case will have to wait
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/12/2014

Kayla Regan
Local, statewide domestic violence statistics reveal concerns
Hutchinson News, 03/13/2014

Andy Marso
Legislative live-streaming receives broad support
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/13/2014

Megan Hart
Advocates urge Kansas Legislature to reform payday loans
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/13/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Judge orders genetic testing in sperm donor case
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/13/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Attorney to sperm donor: Don't submit to genetic testing
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/14/2014

Deb Gruver
Legislators hear constituents' concerns at public forum
Wichita Eagle, 3/15/2014

Andy Marso
Wamego woman testifies in mother's memory on lawsuit caps
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/17/2014

The Capital-Journal
City committee gears up to take up bike matter
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/17/2014

Bryan Lowry
Sedgwick County appeals to Kansas House for action on scrap metal theft
Wichita Eagle, 3/17/2014

Scott Rothschild
Regents looking to tighten policies on financing improvement projects
Lawrence Journal World, 3/18/2014

Celia Llopis-Jepsen
Students draw attention to cigarette litter
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/19/2014

Steve Fry
Shirley Phelps-Roper: WBC founder Fred Phelps dead
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/20/2014

Steve Fry
Sperm donor asks Supreme Court to block his genetic testing
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/21/2014

Christopher Guinn
Avenue flags stolen from cemetery
Dodge City Daily Globe, 3/22/2014

Andy Marso
Legislators debate wisdom of longevity bonuses
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/22/2014

Associated Press
Appeals court: Kansas can strip Planned Parenthood funds
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/25/2014

Tim Carpenter
Kansas shying from spotlight in gay-marriage drama
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/29/2014

Roy Wenzl
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses current world crises in Wichita
Wichita Eagle, 3/31/2014

Associated Press
Kansas Republican spat blunts redistricting edge
Lawrence Journal World, 3/31/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Council discusses potential changes to its rules
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/1/2014

Tim Carpenter
House may put 'for sale' signs on 4 state office buildings
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/2/2014

Scott Rothschild
Hundreds of teachers show up at Statehouse to protest plan to repeal teacher tenure
Lawrence Journal World, 4/5/2014

Associated Press
Oklahoma man put on probation after illegally selling eagle feathers in Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/9/2014

Steve Everly
Deadly swine virus spreads to Missouri and Kansas
Kansas City Star, 4/9/2014

Tony Pugh, Lindsay Wise and Dave Helling
Sebelius resigns after health care rollout fiasco
Wichita Eagle, 4/10/2014

Associated Press
Obama lauds Sebelius' efforts upon her departure
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/11/2014

Associated Press
Kansas officials plan to issue new fiscal forecast
Kansas City Star, 4/17/2014

Ann Marie Bush
Public outcry over first lady's visit draws national attention
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/22/2014

Associated Press
KC recycling plant fire burns nearly 7 tons of trash
Hutchinson News, 4/24/2014

Ann Marie Bush
Michelle Obama changes for visit to Topeka
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/24/2014

Joanna Hlavacek
KU grads transform Statehouse dome copper into jewelry
Lawrence Journal World, 4/30/2014

The Capital-Journal
June 12 trial date set in DUI case against Senate Minority leader Hensley's wife
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/30/2014

Associated Press
Kansas district rejects parent wishes to refuse school track to senior citizens
Topeka Capital Journal, 5/1/2014

Scott Rothschild
Moody's Investors Service downgrades state bonds, citing Kansas' sluggish economy, tax cuts
Lawrence Journal World, 5/1/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Postal Service makes final decision to close and sell its downtown building
Topeka Capital Journal, 5/1/2014

John Milburn
Budget deal includes one-time bonus for state workers
Topeka Capital Journal, 5/1/2014

Bryan Lowry
Kansas attorney general lauds U.S. Supreme Court's protection of prayer before public meetings
Wichita Eagle, 5/5/2014

Matea Gold
'Sons of Wichita': New book explores the lives of the Koch brothers
Wichita Eagle, 5/23/2014

Matt Riedi and Dion Lefler
Neighbors concerned about effects of Wichita Dillions closings
Wichita Eagle, 7/8/2014

Roy Wenzl
David Koch: His name, his legacy
Wichita Eagle, 7/12/2014

Jim McLean
Accuracy of survey showing spike in Kansas uninsured rate questioned
Kansas Health Institute, 8/11/2014

Andy Marso
Davis advocates thorough exam of KanCare
Garden City Telegram, 9/3/2014

Matea Gold
Koch Industries adopts new public posture to neutralize opponents, recast image
Washington Post, 9/8/2014

Associated Press
Former Kansas Gov. John Anderson dies at 97; flags at half-staff
Lawrence Journal World, 9/17/2014

Tim Hrenchir
Former Kansas Gov. John Anderson Jr. dies at 97
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/17/2014