In a major victory for consumers, a federal judge in Kansas City, Kansas, is allowing a lawsuit over EpiPen price hikes to move ahead as a nationwide class action under the federal racketeering statute.
TOPEKA - Republican legislative leaders blocking a push to give Medicaid coverage to about 150,000 more Kansans say they fear the expansion’s impact on publicly funded abortions. Other Republicans and Democrats reject that argument as a red herring.
Skipping - or pushing back - meal or snack time can add stress unnecessarily, particularly during the busy school year, said Sandy Procter, Kansas State University Extension nutritionist.
If you feel like you can’t think straight after a sleepless night, new research suggests you are not imagining things.
TOPEKA - A proposal to ban all fruity and sweet vaping flavors in Kansas has upset both pro-vaping and anti-tobacco groups.