Uncork Kansas, the coalition to change liquor laws in the state of Kansas, has released a plan today that it says could help close the Kansas budget deficit. Uncorked says if the state allowed beer, wine, and spirits in grocery stores, it could generate $40 million this year alone for licensing to sell the liquor.
The national debate about who should be allowed in what bathroom is now in Kansas. Some groups are fighting a Kansas House bill, saying it's discrimination. The bill is called the Student Physical Privacy Act and would require students in public schools to use bathrooms that match the gender on their birth certificate.
It's any parent's worst nightmare. You're home with your family and someone breaks in, knowing you're there. You only have seconds to react. Would you know what to do? What about your kids?
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