News Briefs: March 28
Bruce Weber's return, the suspension of the Wichita State SGA vice president, controlled burns and votes on the state's medicaid health care program made today's news briefs.
Democratic candidates bid for locals’ votes at fundraising event
The Riley County Democrats' fundraiser included catered food, a silent auction and the opportunity to hear from four gubernatorial candidates.
Q&A: Representative Carlin discusses being a Democrat in Kansas, importance of education
"I’m not going to put my name on it where someone can say ‘That’s a Democrat, I won’t put that bill in,’" Carlin said.
Plans to change Title IX legislation have unclear effect on K-State
Betsy DeVos announced her plan to change Title IX, but any legislative changes have yet to be implemented.
Teenage gubernatorial candidate visits K-State College Republicans
Dominic Scavuzzo sat down with the College Republicans to talk politics in Kansas.
Projected support of campus concealed carry law reveals sharply-divided state Legislature
As the Kansas Legislature prepares to address the campus concealed carry law, the fate of the temporary exemption for universities is up in the air.
What a federal court ruling on voter rights means for Kansas
The time necessary to register to vote has dramatically decreased in Kansas.
NAFTA renegotiations may negatively affect farmers
Kansas farmers could be affected by NAFTA changes.
2016 Projected Election Results
The 2016 election results were not official by the Collegian's deadline.
K-State students and faculty participate in Women’s March on Topeka
Over 3,000 Kansans joined the worldwide protest and march for women's rights in Topeka.
UPDATE: Kansas House rejects campus carry debate
A Tuesday vote to debate a firearm bill might trigger a scramble to limit concealed carry on college campuses before the summer implementation.
Q&A: Independent candidate for Kansas governor Greg Orman discusses student issues, policy, Brownback
Greg Orman, Independent candidate for Kansas governor, sat down with the Collegian to answer questions on students, policy and other aspects of his candidacy.
Presidential candidates square off in first fall debate
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face each other for the first time in the 2016 presidential election.
Renters Together MHK group meets to discuss strategies for legislating safer housing
Members of Renters Together MHK met Tuesday to discuss strategies for being heard within the community regarding safer, more affordable housing.
Three K-State students detained at capitol building name three statehouse authorities in lawsuit
In a case filed by the ACLU, the three K-State students detained at the capitol for unfurling banners in support of Medicaid expansion sue three authorities.
Campus carry opponents shift strategy amid regular, unsuccessful House hearings
Having faced obstacles in committee, Kansas Democrats and moderate Republicans look at amending firearm bills on the House floor.
2016 Election Drinking Game
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Q&A: Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks campaign for governor, pro-life culture, the Jeep
In a brief conversation, Kobach discussed his campaign platforms, strategy and his name in the news.
‘We have got to work together’: Bollier discusses campaign priorities during virtual tour
Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Dr. Barbara Bollier said she grew up a "moderate Republican," but found herself at odds with the Republican party through her career.
Clinton favored by students nationwide, survey suggests
Today is the day voters choose their local, state and national leaders.