Monthly Archives: January 2017

Wyoming Advances Campus Carry, Guns For Teachers

By John Celock Wyoming lawmakers Monday voted to advance legislation that would allow guns on college campuses and make it…  Read More >

Kansas Aviation Chief: ‘A Lot Of Cool Things Coming Out Of Our State’

By John Celock Economic development, including the state’s unmanned aerial systems’ industry, and helping communities remain the top priority for…  Read More >

Lynn Jenkins Not Seeking Office In 2018

By John Celock A Kansas congresswoman announced that she would not seek election to any office in 2018, ending speculation…  Read More >

McMaster Succeeds Haley As South Carolina Governor

By John Celock With the U.S. Senate confirming Nikki Haley as the new ambassador to the United Nations, Henry McMaster…  Read More >

Ray Lesniak Announces For New Jersey Governor

By John Celock One of New Jersey’s longest serving state legislators has officially entered the race to be the Garden…  Read More >

Young Lawmaker Resigns In Sex Scandal

By John Celock A 26-year-old South Dakota legislator resigned Monday after admitting to having sex with two interns during his…  Read More >

Hillary Clinton Beats Bill deBlasio In Poll

By John Celock Hillary Clinton has not issued any public comment on the random speculation that she run for New…  Read More >

Missouri Governor Calls For Right To Work, Law Enforcement Protection

By John Celock Missouri’s new governor used his first State of the State address to outline a business and law…  Read More >

Young Elected Announces Reelection Bid

By John Celock A 32-year-old Cincinnati city councilman has launched his bid for a fourth two-year term amid speculation that…  Read More >

Moderate Republican Launches Bid For Kansas Governor

By John Celock A moderate Republican who heads the non-profit Kansas Leadership Center has launched an exploratory committee to seek…  Read More >