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1 Capitol Report: CT Mirror Capitol Bureau Chief discusses agenda for next week’s special session
2 Utility exec testifies before Madigan investigative committee, subpoena battle ignites
3 Gannett Forms Pennsylvania Capitol State Bureau
4 The Wheelhouse: Angry Debate, Special Session
5 Douglas, Menard statues removed from Capitol grounds
6 Scott, Graham meet with SCOTUS nominee on Capitol Hill
7 Kansas Capitol meditation room moved to create staff space
8 Meet The Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau’s newest reporter, Jeong Park
9 Panel denies S.D. law enforcement certification for former N.D. officer now in Potter County
10 Vox Media Unveils Self-Serve Tool for Marketers
11 Kansas political party leaders say debate will help highlight differences between Trump, Biden
12 "Citizens for Judicial Fairness" kicks off campaign against Kilbride's retention
13 Stateside: AG investigates petition drive group; fall mushroom hunting; AfroUrbanism in Detroit
14 Mike Wilson Steps Down as Editor of The Dallas Morning News
15 Your Illinois News Radar » Thousands fewer Census jobs during “final push”
16 What to Expect from the First Presidential Debate Tonight
17 A.M. Roundup: Cuomo defers pay raises for 80000 state workers
18 City of Cleveland prepares to host first presidential debate of 2020
19 Two universities propose South Dakota’s first doctorate program in computer science
20 Gov. Kelly places blame on lawmakers for coronavirus spread
21 Allissa Richardson Thinks It's Time to Shatter a Few Myths About Citizen Journalism
22 New York Times Publishes Details of Donald Trump's Tax Returns
23 Governor Kelly urges Kansans to get flu shot
24 NBC News D.C. bureau moves out of longtime building, headed to new facility near Capitol
25 Group of Kansas lawmakers work to keep things civil
26 Kansas voters breaking records ahead of Election Day
27 $290 million in federal funding still up for grabs
28 Demand Justice group buys Amy Coney Barrett’s domain name, site redirects to criticism of her record
29 The week ahead in S.D. state government, starting Monday, September 28, 2020
30 The push for more representation in Kansas politics
31 Easy to buy, hard to track. California sues federal government over ‘ghost gun’ rules
32 Capitol complex to get virus-related updates
33 Students, schools adjusting to way meals are served
34 ‘It was a headache’: KSDE no longer requiring learning logs
35 Lawmakers discuss emergency powers when legislature is not in session
36 The pandemic’s impact on child care in Kansas
37 Census Bureau’s texts, emails seeking responses on COVID-19’s effects are real
38 Breaking down the Kansas Senate polls
39 New federal bill would extend Daylight Saving Time until November 2021 due to pandemic
40 State Finance Council votes down $100 extra a week for the unemployed
41 With COVID-19, South Dakota Capitol likely won’t be same for ’21 legislative session
42 Kansas PPE stockpile now open to businesses
43 Update: State Finance Council extends emergency COVID-19 declaration
44 A.M. Roundup: Cuomo's office continues hiring staff despite 'strict' freeze
45 Democratic and Republican leaders express willingness to work together on stimulus relief bill
46 Kansas unemployment rate falls to 6.9%
47 “Census Sprint to the Finish” event to boost census response set for Friday at State Capitol
48 Federal judge rejects plan to end Census early, giving California more time for count
49 Suffering casinos: Kansas loses out on millions of dollars in revenue and counting
50 Now Hiring: Capitol Bureau Chief
51 Illinois Capitol Bureau
52 President Trump says he won’t endorse Kansas Senate race
53 Gannett forms Capitol bureau for Pennsylvania; Times reporter part of team
54 The California Republican Party endorsed three candidates who say QAnon theories should be heard
55 Gannett starts up capitol bureau for Pennsylvania
56 Montana Public Radio Hires Capitol Bureau Chief Ahead Of 2020 Election
57 Meet The Sacramento Bee Capitol Bureau’s newest politics reporter, Lara Korte
58 Acting Secretary of Labor trying to fix issues at KDOL
59 Kobach target of ‘white nationalist’ Senate ads
60 Kansas women recognized in honor of 19th amendment centennial
61 State’s top doctor urges school boards to follow health guidance
62 State commission tackles police reform in Kansas
63 When, where and how to cast ballots in Pa. NJ and Del.
64 Kansas schools safe from budget cuts amid COVID-related costs
65 Mask or no mask, that is the question
66 Amidst budget concerns, advocates push for medical marijuana legalization
67 Capitol Bureau Analysis: Noem doesn’t want to have to force South Dakotans to do the right thing
68 ‘Back to school’ is having an impact on mental health
69 Governor Kelly, community members donate blood
70 Podcast: Banned Kansas pets, coronavirus concerns & paid student-athletes – Keeping Up With The Capitol Bureau
71 Kansas 13th in the nation for census responses
72 Kansas Capitol reopens to visitors, implements changes due to coronavirus
73 Foster care ‘report card’ is just beginning of foster reform
74 Nexstar Missouri Capitol Bureau Reporter Emily Manley gives tour of Capitol workspace
75 Coronavirus cases on college campuses worries state’s top doctor
76 KDOL sent social security numbers, personal info to wrong people
77 More than 500 Kansans file to run for office
78 Kansas educators talk school reopening with Governor Kelly
79 Kansans must wait until end of September for $400 federal unemployment aid, could only last a few weeks
80 KSHSAA moving forward, despite some schools canceling fall sports
81 “This is a first step,” group that sued Kansas foster care reacts to settlement
82 Kansas lawmakers approve more than $400 million in funding for counties
83 Kansas lawmaker creates anti-LGBTQ discrimination petition
84 Kansas lawmakers approve $900 million loan
85 Quincy Media, Inc. launches Illinois Capitol Bureau
86 Petition to expand SNAP benefits in Kansas
87 Gov. Kelly, Troopers Association respond to investigation, firings at KHP
88 ‘We need to get used to it,’ Kansas’ top doctor says face masks are necessary
89 A final push for Medicaid expansion in Kansas
90 Kansas at “the end of the first quarter” of coronavirus
91 Long-awaited state guidance for reopening schools arrives
92 Gov. Kelly urges legislature to support Medicaid expansion as Missouri joins Colorado, Nebraska, and Oklahoma in approving coverage
93 Kansas GOP host second U.S. Senate debate
94 Commission prepares to take on police reform, racial justice in Kansas
95 Kansas company makes shields for elections; able to bring back furloughed staff
96 Governor announces executive orders on driver’s license extension, adult care home licensure
97 Revenue shortfalls could mean tax hikes and spending cuts for Kansas
98 Sec. Norman says mask mandates are making a difference
99 Legislative council postpones lawmakers’ return to capitol
100 Governor Kelly creates commission to fight ‘institutionalized racism’ in Kansas