Kansas - Coronavirus Press Clips Archive

Kansas hasn’t committed to Trump aid plan. It ‘may not even be legal,’ official says

Kansas City Star – 8/11/2020

Missouri said yes to Medicaid expansion; will Kansas?

Topeka Capital-Journal - 8/6/2020

Medicaid expansion in Kansas could hinge on down-ballot primary races

Lawrence Journal-World - 8/1/2020

July June May

Kansas public higher education absorbs $90 million financial impact from COVID-19

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/28/2020

Kelly vetoes legislation reworking her emergency powers, calls Kansas Legislature to June 3 special session

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/26/2020

Kansas lawmakers punt Medicaid expansion to 2021 session

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/22/2020

KU expects pandemic to slice $120 million from revenue in upcoming school year

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/22/2020

Gov. Laura Kelly meets with Trump, thanks him for help with meat packing plants

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/20/2020

Kansas coronavirus update: Senate seeks to strip governor of executive power, shift pandemic decisions to counties

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/20/2020

Legislature prepares for one-day marathon debate on taxes, executive power

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/20/2020

GOP, Democrats diverge on oversight of $1.25B in federal disaster aid

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/17/2020

Kansas State Finance Council extends state of emergency declaration through May 26

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/13/2020

Second Lansing corrections officer dies of COVID-19; 800 inmates, staff test positive

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/13/2020

Senate, House step into web of COVID-19 tax, liability and budget issues

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/12/2020

Kansas to allocate over $9M for community development projects; state now has abundant tests for symptomatic patients

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/11/2020

Kansas colleges make plans to reopen amid coronavirus

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/10/2020

Kansas lawmakers to meet online to prep for session on virus

Associated Press – 5/9/2020

These Kansas counties relied heavily on oil, then the bottom fell out

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/3/2020

Kansas businesses have received their share of funds from federal stimulus programs, but specific data is lagging

Lawrence Journal-World - 5/3/2020

Kansas coronavirus update: GOP leaders unhappy with Gov. Laura Kelly's plodding strategy for opening businesses

Topeka Capital-Journal - 5/1/2020

April

Gov. Laura Kelly says more tests needed before state can reopen

Topeka Capital-Journal - 4/28/2020

State's oil industry on life support with double-barrel woe of price war, pandemic

Topeka Capital-Journal - 4/26/2020

5 things to know about the $1.37B tax shortfall Kansas will face after the pandemic

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/26/2020

GOP lawmakers urge K-12, colleges to cut spending; state testing identifies 2,700 with virus

Topeka Capital-Journal - 4/24/2020

Kelly sounds budget alarm: Kansas needs direct, flexible aid from federal government to avoid very deep cuts

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/24/2020

KU to halt pay for student workers away from campus beginning in mid-May

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/21/2020

Kansas widens criteria to get tested for COVID-19; Kelly says lifting stay-at-home order on May 3 is 'still the goal'

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/21/2020

Kansas faces $653M shortfall after tax projections slashed

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/20/2020

Kansas governor anticipates budget woes from coronavirus

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/20/2020

Kansas officials stress 'help is on its way' for beleaguered unemployment system, benefit seekers

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/16/2020

State Finance Council approves millions in emergency funding, aid for struggling hospitals

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/15/2020

Kansas' stay-at-home order extended to May 3 as COVID-19 cases continue to rise; state death toll hits 76

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/15/2020

Gov. Kelly to meet with Kansas lawmakers to discuss funding for virus response

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/15/2020

What financial resources are available to help people, businesses through COVID-19 pandemic?

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/5/2020

Gov. Laura Kelly signs bill for new transportation program Posted at 5:15 PM

Topeka Capital-Journal - 4/3/2020

Chancellor estimates KU will lose tens of millions of dollars from COVID-19 crisis

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/2/2020

Kansas showing signs of backsliding on social distancing, KDHE secretary says

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/1/2020

COVID-19 yet to hit Kansas budget; March taxes 1.6% short

Lawrence Journal-World - 4/1/2020

March