COVID-19 vaccinations have begun in Kansas prisons, with 653 inmates at five different facilities receiving a first dose of the vaccine as of Wednesday, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections.
A judge has ruled that Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab must release the names of people who cast provisional ballots in the 2018 general election, including whether their votes were counted.
By Associated Press, Wire Service Content July 28, 2020
By NOAH TABORDA
TOPEKA — Kansas legislators are weighing a bill limiting who can deliver an advance ballot on behalf of another person in an attempt to prevent potential “ballot harvesting.”
Talyn Jefferson wants to set the record straight: She was not removed from the cheer squad at Ottawa University because of her box braids hairstyle.
Gov. Laura Kelly said prison inmates should get the COVID-19 vaccine before the general population during an interview Wednesday with The Topeka Capital-Journal.