Kansas is expected to increase its spending on foster care, food stamps and other human services by more than $200 million dollars over the next three years. Nomin Ujiyediin of the Kansas News Service has the details.
With the possibility that the money coming into its state highway fund will stagnate in the next few years, Kansas is considering taxing drivers on where and how long they drive, as opposed to how many gallons of gas they buy
Former Secretary of State John Kerry believes that Democrats can be competitive again in places like Missouri. St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum has more on what the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee has to say about his party’s prospects in the Show Me State.