As Missouri Abortion Rights Supporters Look to Initiative Petitions, Legislators Try to Limit Power
Numerous bills regarding initiative petitions have been filed for 2023, as Republican lawmakers look to reshape how the process is used for policymaking in Missouri.
by Meg Cunningham, The Beacon
December 14, 2022
Zero KC Wants to End Houselessness in Five Years But Will Require More Commitment from Leaders
Prior to the action plan, advocates and nonprofits working with houslessness communities received minimal support from the city. They hope to see this change.
by Mili Mansaray, The Beacon
October 13, 2022
Who Loses – and How Much – With Legalized Sports Gambling in Kansas?
You Can Bet Losers Outnumber Winners
by Marco Schaden, The Beacon
September 7, 2022
KC Public Schools Frustrated by KCATA Silence on Tax Incentives
Transit Agency's Development Arm Focusing in Projects West of Troost
by Multiple Reporters
August 17, 2022
Follow the Money: Who is Funding Kansas Abortion Amendment Ads?
Two campaigns raised — and spent — more than $11 million to influence Kansas voters.
by Miranda Moore, The Beacon
August 1, 2022