With nearly 30 million Americans unemployed and more than 175,000 people dead from the coronavirus, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his Republican colleagues did the only reasonable thin
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When the coronavirus pandemic disrupted public education last spring and moved classrooms into the home - which is continuing for many high schools and colleges this fall - it’s prompted some to cl
During a time when political courage is a rare commodity, it was on display last week when Scott County commissioners reversed their action from a month earlier and chose to mandate the wearing of face masks.
Claiming they were holding the line on government spending, Kansas lawmakers during the Governor Brownback era passed a tax lid that limits the growth of city and county budgets to the increase in the consumer price index (CPI). If a government entity wants to increase spending beyond the CPI it requires a vote of local taxpayers.
While “social distancing” is now the rule in public schools and on university campuses, the term “social disconnect” is now being used for the failure of online education to provide the connections