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Tweet Prairie Village attorney Fred Logan has been elected chair of the Kansas Board of Regents. Logan, who lives in Leawood, is a partner in the firm Logan Logan & Watson. He was appointed to the Board of Regents in 2011 by Governor Sam Brownback. Logan has been involved in several Johnson County and metro [...]
Tweet The state senator and four state representatives for northeast Johnson County head back to Topeka this week for the so-called veto session where a state budget and tax plan will be the main agenda items. Saturday they explained to their constituents the events and bills that often put them in a minority voting ‘no’ [...]
Tweet From the Lawrence Journal-World: By Scott Rothschild TOPEKA — Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, said Monday that state leaders are considering putting a constitutional amendment on the ballot in April that would thwart a court-ordered increase in school funding. The proposal is in response to last week’s ruling by a three-judge panel that [...]
Tweet Kansas Dist. 3 Congressman Kevin Yoder was among the 167 members of the House of Representatives to vote against the bill that kept the county from falling over the fiscal cliff. Here is Yoder’s statement on his “no” vote: Tonight, the House considered and passed H.R. 8, by a vote of 257-167, which allows [...]
Tweet Last week, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback appointed local attorney Fred Logan and two others to the Kansas Board of Regents, the body charged with overseeing the state’s higher education system. Long a champion of public education in the state, Logan has been hailed as an excellent choice for the position by the Kansas City [...]
Tweet It seems that almost everywhere you turn these days, someone is talking about the need to cut back government spending, tighten state budgets and be more efficient with taxpayer money. Just don’t come looking to the Kansas Attorney General’s office as a place where it makes sense to trim a lot of fat, Attorney [...]