Monthly Archives: May 2015

Lawmakers Pass Omnibus Kansas Alcohol Bill

By John Celock An omnibus alcohol bill, that includes a provision to allow BYOB wine at private parties at businesses,…  Read More >

Kansas Lawmakers Punt Taxes To Six Person Group

By John Celock The Kansas House of Representatives narrowly voted Friday morning to send the drafting of the state’s new…  Read More >

George Pataki Enters Presidential Contest

By John Celock Sticking to themes similar to his three terms in Albany, former New York Gov. George Pataki formally…  Read More >

Nebraska Repeals Death Penalty

By John Celock By the bare minimum vote, Nebraska lawmakers overturned the governor’s veto and repealed the death penalty. The…  Read More >

GOP Senator Facing Close Reelection

By John Celock A new poll Wednesday confirmed that U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Penn.) is likely to face a tough…  Read More >

Email Privacy Act Pushed To Close Loophole

By John Celock While a majority of the U.S. House of Representatives is backing a measure that would provide new…  Read More >

Nineteen Year Old Maryland’s Youngest Ever Mayor

By John Celock A nineteen year old college student who has been involved in community affairs since advocating for pedestrian…  Read More >

Kansas Lawmakers Approve Local Elections Date Change

By John Celock By a narrow two vote margin the Kansas House of Representatives approved legislation moving local and school…  Read More >

Young Politicians Advance In Kentucky

By John Celock Kentucky voters are setting the stage to have youth on their statewide ballot this November, with five…  Read More >

Kansas Lawmakers Advance Prosecutorial Power For Kobach

By John Celock Kansas lawmakers narrowly gave preliminary passage to legislation that would turn Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach…  Read More >