To the Editor: Sydney Carlin’s support of a bill requiring insurance companies to pay for behavioral and occupational therapies for children with autism wins my support. Manhattan needs Carlin
To t he Editor: Lee Modesitt — a young man with great leadership qualities and superb character and integrity. He’s politically savvy, intelligent and a great communicator with innovative ideas for our state’s concerns. It’s simple: Vote for Lee, House 66.
To the Editor: It is amazing how much Rod Harms was already involved in matters important to Riley County before he was asked to run for commissioner. He attended all the steering committee meetings and the KDOT local consult workshop in Topeka planning for the
To the Editor: Sam Brownback wants to amend the Kansas Constitution to eliminate merit selection of Supreme Court justices and allow him the power to appoint them. If this direction for Kansas disturbs you, support Tom Hawk, a moderate, practical voice for Kansas and the 22
To the Editor: Manhattan and Riley County are fortunate in this election year to have Rod Harms as a candidate for Riley County Commission. You may be familiar with Rod as a business owner, entrepreneur or community developer, as many recent letters to the editor
To the Editor: During her ears in the Kansas House of Representatives, Sydney Carlin has worked with her colleagues to promote the interests of all Kansans. Legislators with differing viewpoints took the most workable of their ideas to pass legislation that would best meet the
To the Editor: With the recent redistricting, we in the 22nd Senate District have an opportunity to vote for an outstanding senator, Tom Hawk. He has many years of exemplary service in public education and six years of prior experience as a representative.
To the Editor: Integrity seems to be in short supply n today’s political climate. When you find it, hold on to it. Voters knew they had a person of integrity in Sydney Carlin when they elected her to the Kansas House of Representatives for
Despite claims to the contrary by Gov. Sam Brownback and his staff, Kansas is still on path to toward a cumulative $2.4 billion deficit (in the absence of severe budget cuts) by fiscal year 2018. How can that be so, given the governor’s claims of a
To the Editor: I urge residents of the Kansas Senate’s 22nd District to vote for Tom Hawk.
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