Gov. Colyer and Kris Kobach are calling for the end of in-state tuition for undocumented students at public universities in Kansas. https://t.co/6eEyF57jSC
— KMUW (@KMUW) July 12, 2018
Kobach continues to argue against the courts on school funding in general.
“Look, this game is never going to end,” Kobach said. “The Kansas Supreme Court has got to get out of the business of trying to tell legislators how much money to spend on schools.”
Via @sherman_news https://t.co/t0uhrE4yQA #ksleg #ksed #Topeka
— CJOnline (@CJOnline) July 12, 2018
Meanwhile, in the Kansas Democratic Primary for Governor:
This could prove to be significant in next month’s Democratic primary for Kansas governor. Planned Parenthood is backing Laura Kelly, the only female candidate in the race. https://t.co/VlX3yjfwXW #ksleg
— Bryan Lowry (@BryanLowry3) July 12, 2018
Roy Blunt addressed the Senate on the Supreme Court nominee Wednesday.
Riley County, KS police get some love for a heat rescue.
— WIBW (@wibw) July 12, 2018
DYK: An average of 37 kids die from vehicular heat stroke each year.
Pets can die from heat stroke too.
Pets are happier at home Always #LookBeforeYouLock #KSredcross #SafetyFirst @NWSOmaha @NOAA pic.twitter.com/dBhl6w9sPQ
— KansasRedCross (@KSRedCross) July 12, 2018
Ok, we are going to try and keep it positive today. Looking for some relief to the heat?? Well, the extended 8-14 day forecast is providing a little bit of hope! #fingerscrossed pic.twitter.com/xtT6hXFax4
— NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) July 12, 2018
Missouri Highway Patrol flashback:
— MSHP General HQ (@MSHPTrooperGHQ) July 12, 2018
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