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Owner to Get Classic Corvette Back By Todd Pittenger | August 18, 2022 A classic 1959 Corvette which was seized by the Kansas Highway Patrol won’t be crushed and instead the owner will get it back. Richard Martinez’s dream car, a 1959 Corvette, was seized by the Kansas Highway...

New Law Saves Seized 1959 Chevrolet Corvette From Government Crusher After 5-Year Fight The state of Kansas spent nearly five years trying to crush Rich Martinez’s classic Corvette over a technicality. BY ROB STUMPF | AUG 3, 2022 1:57 PM When Richard Martinez bought a beautiful two-tone 1959 Chevrolet Corvette...

Sunday reader: Early voting interest; Davids’ fundraising haul By Brad Cooper | July 17, 2022 Good morning everyone: One word sums up the week: Panasonic. Not sure there was any other news that caps the announcement of a $4 billion investment with 4,000 jobs. We are now 16 days away...

75 key issues, bills, votes from the 2022 Kansas Legislature By Brad Cooper | May 24, 2022 Well, the 2022 legislative session is now done. Here’s a look at the 75 major pieces of legislation and issues that have been debated, passed or killed this year. We think we got to...

Free Speech Court Victory Ratified With Gov. Signature Kansas Legislature cleans up raw milk statute after Kansas Justice Institute lawsuit Kansas Justice Institute’s landmark free-speech victory made its way through the Kansas Legislature with Senate Bill 346 receiving Gov. Laura Kelly’s signature. While the bill was signed...

Legislature Vindicates KJI’s Call to Action May 3, 2021 –  Douglas County business owner, Peach Madl, dismissed her lawsuit advocating for business owners’ right to an immediate due process hearing when impacted by a local health order. The Douglas County Health Officer previously created a bar curfew regime...