"The majority of Americans agree that women should have access to abortion and should have the right to make their own health care decisions"
If elected, Justice would become the first openly Out Jackson County Legislator, as well as the first Black representative of the district
Fort Riley Middle School, located on the sprawling home to the U.S. Army's First Division, has policies to protect LGBTQ+ students
The bill- subject of significant debate over two sessions, had 81 votes in favor, falling short of 84 required 2/3 majority vote to override
In email to trans college student, Republican Rep. Cheryl Helmer says she entered men’s restroom to make point
"This bill didn’t come from the experts at our schools, our athletes- It came from politicians trying to score political points"
A bill pending in the Kansas Legislature would remove language in the state’s criminal sodomy law that targets LGBTQ people. Advocates say action is decades past...
The tributes to Dole poured in from every segment of government, political, public & personal reflecting his lifelong career of public service
Wichita, the largest city in population in the state joins over 12 other Kansas municipalities with an LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination ordinance
In the classroom incident last Spring students recorded videos of the lawmaker talking about suicide, sex, masturbation, God and the Bible