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Inside Kansas Statehouse politics with award-winning journalist Tim Carpenter

Latest Episodes

Schwab sounds off on election-related issues

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab talks about the proposed constitutional amendment on abortion, implementation of a law aimed at allowing voters to use any polling location in their county, and legislation that would require the use of paper ballots.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Schwab sounds off on election-related issues

Rachel Marsh, Christie Appelhanz see benefits in social service realignment

Rachel Marsh, of Saint Francis Ministries, and Christie Appelhanz, executive director of the Children's Alliance of Kansas, talk about the governor's plan to bring social services under a single umbrella and other issues impacting the state foster care system.

25 MIN2 w ago
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Rachel Marsh, Christie Appelhanz see benefits in social service realignment

Wagle, Francisco parse abortion amendment

Lawrence Democratic Sen. Marci Francisco and Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, discuss a proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution regarding the right to abortion in Kansas. Wagle voted for the amendment, while Francisco voted against it. The Senate-passed resolution is pending before the House.

21 MIN3 w ago
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Wagle, Francisco parse abortion amendment

Clean energy advocates point to state's 'willy-nilly' approach

Dorothy Barnett, executive director of the Climate and Energy Project, and Zach Pistora, a lobbyist with the Kansas Sierra Club, talk about a study of utility rates in Kansas.

29 MINJAN 20
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Clean energy advocates point to state's 'willy-nilly' approach

Political scientist: Biden could shock in Iowa

Bob Beatty, a Washburn University professor who has written profiles of presidential candidates in the Democratic field, talks about U.S. Sen. Joe Biden surpassing expectations and putting distance between himself and his chief rivals, including U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind.

29 MINJAN 13
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Political scientist: Biden could shock in Iowa

Kansan of the Year: Pompeo's life 'certainly has changed' in three years

As America's top diplomat, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is one of The Topeka Capital-Journal's selections for Kansan of the Year. Pompeo and several of his closest friends talk about his journey from West Point to the State Department.

25 MIN2019 DEC 29
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Kansan of the Year: Pompeo's life 'certainly has changed' in three years

Kansas Chamber, Tax Foundation unite for tax reform

Alan Cobb, president and CEO of the Kansas Chamber, joins the Tax Foundation's Katherine Loughead, Erica York and Michael Lucci for a discussion on comprehensive tax reform in Kansas. The organizations have produced a 150-page report with recommendations.

29 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Kansas Chamber, Tax Foundation unite for tax reform

Native American stone carvings of Kansas come to life

Rex Buchanan, Josh Svaty and Burke Griggs collaborated to produce "Petroglyphs of the Kansas Smoky Hills," a 224-page book recently published by University Press of Kansas. They talk about their project in this week's edition of Capitol Insider.

27 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Native American stone carvings of Kansas come to life

Teen Harvard grad talks political future, public education

Braxton Moral, the 17-year-old who graduated from Ulysses High School and Harvard University in May, says he enjoys being at Washburn University in Topeka. The aspiring politician wants to study law before making laws.

23 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Teen Harvard grad talks political future, public education

Scott Schwab wants to abandon costly Census adjustments

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab supports a proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution on Nov. 5 ballots that would discontinue adjustment of U.S. Census figures in all 105 counties to reflect residential preferences of college students and military personnel.

22 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Scott Schwab wants to abandon costly Census adjustments

Latest Episodes

Schwab sounds off on election-related issues

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab talks about the proposed constitutional amendment on abortion, implementation of a law aimed at allowing voters to use any polling location in their county, and legislation that would require the use of paper ballots.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Schwab sounds off on election-related issues

Rachel Marsh, Christie Appelhanz see benefits in social service realignment

Rachel Marsh, of Saint Francis Ministries, and Christie Appelhanz, executive director of the Children's Alliance of Kansas, talk about the governor's plan to bring social services under a single umbrella and other issues impacting the state foster care system.

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Rachel Marsh, Christie Appelhanz see benefits in social service realignment

Wagle, Francisco parse abortion amendment

Lawrence Democratic Sen. Marci Francisco and Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, discuss a proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution regarding the right to abortion in Kansas. Wagle voted for the amendment, while Francisco voted against it. The Senate-passed resolution is pending before the House.

21 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Wagle, Francisco parse abortion amendment

Clean energy advocates point to state's 'willy-nilly' approach

Dorothy Barnett, executive director of the Climate and Energy Project, and Zach Pistora, a lobbyist with the Kansas Sierra Club, talk about a study of utility rates in Kansas.

29 MINJAN 20
Comments
Clean energy advocates point to state's 'willy-nilly' approach

Political scientist: Biden could shock in Iowa

Bob Beatty, a Washburn University professor who has written profiles of presidential candidates in the Democratic field, talks about U.S. Sen. Joe Biden surpassing expectations and putting distance between himself and his chief rivals, including U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind.

29 MINJAN 13
Comments
Political scientist: Biden could shock in Iowa

Kansan of the Year: Pompeo's life 'certainly has changed' in three years

As America's top diplomat, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is one of The Topeka Capital-Journal's selections for Kansan of the Year. Pompeo and several of his closest friends talk about his journey from West Point to the State Department.

25 MIN2019 DEC 29
Comments
Kansan of the Year: Pompeo's life 'certainly has changed' in three years

Kansas Chamber, Tax Foundation unite for tax reform

Alan Cobb, president and CEO of the Kansas Chamber, joins the Tax Foundation's Katherine Loughead, Erica York and Michael Lucci for a discussion on comprehensive tax reform in Kansas. The organizations have produced a 150-page report with recommendations.

29 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
Kansas Chamber, Tax Foundation unite for tax reform

Native American stone carvings of Kansas come to life

Rex Buchanan, Josh Svaty and Burke Griggs collaborated to produce "Petroglyphs of the Kansas Smoky Hills," a 224-page book recently published by University Press of Kansas. They talk about their project in this week's edition of Capitol Insider.

27 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Native American stone carvings of Kansas come to life

Teen Harvard grad talks political future, public education

Braxton Moral, the 17-year-old who graduated from Ulysses High School and Harvard University in May, says he enjoys being at Washburn University in Topeka. The aspiring politician wants to study law before making laws.

23 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Teen Harvard grad talks political future, public education

Scott Schwab wants to abandon costly Census adjustments

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab supports a proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution on Nov. 5 ballots that would discontinue adjustment of U.S. Census figures in all 105 counties to reflect residential preferences of college students and military personnel.

22 MIN2019 OCT 28
Comments
Scott Schwab wants to abandon costly Census adjustments
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