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It is time to commemorate one of the most successful programs the federal government ever created.

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In next year’s presidential primary, Kansas Democrats will be test-driving a balloting process called ranked-choice voting that should increase turnout and be plain old good for our democracy.

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After receiving 135 bids from locations all throughout the United States, Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Purdue announced that the United States Department of Agriculture has chosen the Greater Kansas City area as the final relocation site for two of its research arms, the …

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True, polls have very limited value at this stage of a presidential campaign. Yes, Democrats are far from choosing their nominee to oppose President Trump. Of course, a great deal can change between now and Election Day.

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There are several car commercials on TV that show people dancing in the front seat of their cars. That’s a good reason to buy a brand-new $33,000 car: so you can get a $500 sound system. Good deal, huh?

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Do you ever take a look around when you’re commuting or running errands? So often, our busy routine can leave us overwhelmed, annoyed, frustrated and rushed. Perhaps you feel a combination of all of these. Or maybe you’re simply amazed. A few weeks back, I was part of a conversation about gr…

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There is nothing special about the science of Washington, D.C., a city that long ago put hot air at the top of the periodic table of elements.

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Our state has failed to provide enough funding to community mental health centers to truly meet the need for care. Individuals with the most severe, persistent mental illness are those most likely to fall into service gaps, often ending up homeless, in the corrections system, or in nursing homes.