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The Kansas City School District is now fully accredited by the state, the first time since 2000. It’s been a long arduous journey and officials concede that the hill is barely crested.
“Negotiations remain ongoing," said Hazel Crampton-Hays when asked if stadium matters might be part of the governor’s budget.
Democrats across the country are pushing to continue allowing private money to fund public elections as Republicans try to limit the practice, which they say gave Joe Biden an unfair and perhaps decisive advantage in his victory over Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential contest.
DES MOINES — In four years, every Iowan’s income would be taxed at 4% by the state under a new proposal from Gov. Kim Reynolds.
Wyoming doesn’t keep consistent or detailed data on the heartbeat of housing instability: evictions.
A proposal would ask voters to increase the number of signatures needed for initiative petitions to amend the constitution.
"The Iowa Senate becomes one of only a handful of state legislative chambers across the country to limit access in this way."
Several school districts have called a halt to in-person instruction for periods of time next week.
BOISE — Idaho’s Native American tribes took center stage as the Idaho Supreme Court on Friday heard arguments in four legal challenges of the state’s new legislative redistricting plan.