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JoCo EV battery plant will be part of growing green industry with its own pollution problems

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen Panasonic’s decision to build a $4 billion factory for electric vehicle batteries in Johnson County could help an industry struggling to ramp up while reeling from an

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen Panasonic’s decision to build a $4 billion factory for electric vehicle batteries in Johnson County could help an industry struggling to ramp up while reeling from an


Even after Tuesday’s vote, Kansas abortion battle expected to rage on — Here’s where it could go next

By Dylan Lysen The landmark defeat of an anti-abortion amendment to the Kansas Constitution drew international attention. It left abortion rights forces thrilled and their opponents in despair. But it

By Dylan Lysen The landmark defeat of an anti-abortion amendment to the Kansas Constitution drew international attention. It left abortion rights forces thrilled and their opponents in despair. But it


Kansas voters reject Value Them Both amendment that would have stripped away abortion rights

By Dylan Lysen, Laura Ziegler, Blaise Mesa  By Dylan Lysen, Laura Ziegler, Blaise Mesa  Kansas voters rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment Tuesday that would have stripped the right to

By Dylan Lysen, Laura Ziegler, Blaise Mesa  By Dylan Lysen, Laura Ziegler, Blaise Mesa  Kansas voters rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment Tuesday that would have stripped the right to







Kansas abortion amendment — How all registered voters can cast a ballot in August primary

By Dylan Lysen The August Kansas primary election this year includes a constitutional amendment on abortion rights, and that’s attracting attention from people who normally don’t vote in primaries. That

By Dylan Lysen The August Kansas primary election this year includes a constitutional amendment on abortion rights, and that’s attracting attention from people who normally don’t vote in primaries. That







Kansas Supreme Court to decide if state’s new congressional map is gerrymandered — What you need to know

By Dylan Lysen Connie Brown Collins felt ecstatic when a Wyandotte County judge recently struck down a congressional redistricting map drawn by the Republican-led Kansas Legislature. The Kansas City, Kansas,

By Dylan Lysen Connie Brown Collins felt ecstatic when a Wyandotte County judge recently struck down a congressional redistricting map drawn by the Republican-led Kansas Legislature. The Kansas City, Kansas,