More Videos

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills 2:41

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers 0:41

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers

These (not so) smooth criminals should stick to their day jobs 1:52

These (not so) smooth criminals should stick to their day jobs

Listen to dispatch radio traffic as police respond to suicide attempt of BVNW student 1:49

Listen to dispatch radio traffic as police respond to suicide attempt of BVNW student

Raw video: Overland Park police investigate officer-involved shooting 0:31

Raw video: Overland Park police investigate officer-involved shooting

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years 5:10

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years

Kalen Allen reacts to ketchup cake 1:42

Kalen Allen reacts to ketchup cake

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed 0:36

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide 0:56

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks 3:19

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks

  • How the Missouri House committee voted on SJR39, the 'religious freedom' amendment

    After a half hour of emotional testimony that left many in the room in tears, the House Emerging Issues Committee deadlocked 6-6 on Senate Joint Resolution 39, or SJR39.

After a half hour of emotional testimony that left many in the room in tears, the House Emerging Issues Committee deadlocked 6-6 on Senate Joint Resolution 39, or SJR39. jhancock@kcstar.com
After a half hour of emotional testimony that left many in the room in tears, the House Emerging Issues Committee deadlocked 6-6 on Senate Joint Resolution 39, or SJR39. jhancock@kcstar.com

‘Religious freedom’ amendment is defeated in Missouri House committee

April 27, 2016 01:45 PM

More Videos

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills 2:41

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers 0:41

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers

These (not so) smooth criminals should stick to their day jobs 1:52

These (not so) smooth criminals should stick to their day jobs

Listen to dispatch radio traffic as police respond to suicide attempt of BVNW student 1:49

Listen to dispatch radio traffic as police respond to suicide attempt of BVNW student

Raw video: Overland Park police investigate officer-involved shooting 0:31

Raw video: Overland Park police investigate officer-involved shooting

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years 5:10

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years

Kalen Allen reacts to ketchup cake 1:42

Kalen Allen reacts to ketchup cake

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed 0:36

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide 0:56

Double shooting that left one dead is investigated as a homicide

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks 3:19

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks

  • Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills

    Rep. Stephanie Clayton, an Overland Park Republican, talked about a bill that could improve transparency in the Kansas Legislature during The Star's town hall on Thursday, Jan. 18.