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On May 12th, Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan legislation, Senate Bill 421, that transfers more than $1 billion from the State General Fund to the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System … more
Governor Laura Kelly announced on March 16th that she has signed House Bill 2567, which fully funds K-12 education for the fourth consecutive year and guarantees funding through the 2024 fiscal year. … more
Governor Laura Kelly on May 4, 2022, ceremonially signed legislation at a Topeka home to celebrate the bipartisan passage of House Bill 2239, which cuts property taxes. It provides additional tax … more
Lieutenant Governor and Commerce Secretary David Toland announced that grant applications are open for the Rural Mural and Public Art program. The Kansas Department of Commerce will provide matching … more
Governor Laura Kelly has joined a bipartisan coalition of governors from across the country urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to provide a permanent solution for the record high … more
A deck of playing cards – each including information about an unsolved crime in Kansas – will soon be distributed in state prisons and county jails across the state. The Kansas … more
Governor Laura Kelly announced the launch of a new housing program for developers to help address the housing needs of communities across Kansas. The Startup Housing Opportunity Venture Loan (SHOVL) … more
Governor Laura Kelly announced that $160 million in grants available for child care providers in Kansas. The third round of Child Care Sustainability Grants will aid child care providers in meeting … more
On April 18, 2022, Governor Laura Kelly announced she signed House Bill 2508, a bipartisan bill that further defines child abuse expands allowable charges prosecutors can file for the crime. In … more
Governor Laura Kelly signed Senate Bill 62, a bipartisan bill that amends standards for free school-administered vision screenings and establishes the Kansas Children’s Vision Health and School … more
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