More Videos

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

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills

It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas 2:09

It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas

Why are there more sightings of snowy owls in Missouri this winter? 1:16

Why are there more sightings of snowy owls in Missouri this winter?

Five people are missing after Oklahoma oil rig explosion 1:34

Five people are missing after Oklahoma oil rig explosion

Fashionable first lady: Melania Trump wraps up first 100 days in style 1:20

Fashionable first lady: Melania Trump wraps up first 100 days in style

Fixing The Chiefs In Five (Easy?) Steps 1:02

Fixing The Chiefs In Five (Easy?) Steps

See how Genie Bouchard's Super Bowl bet all played out on Twitter 0:55

See how Genie Bouchard's Super Bowl bet all played out on Twitter

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years 5:10

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years

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

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

Sam Mellinger's thoughts on Mizzou football, Chiefs-Titans and the Royals' offseason 3:04

Sam Mellinger's thoughts on Mizzou football, Chiefs-Titans and the Royals' offseason

  • Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback open to input on education funding

    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said Wednesday he's open to input from the public on a new education formula. Kansans have until Nov. 30 to send their ideas to StudentsFirst@ks.gov.

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said Wednesday he's open to input from the public on a new education formula. Kansans have until Nov. 30 to send their ideas to StudentsFirst@ks.gov. Hunter Woodall The Kansas City Star
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said Wednesday he's open to input from the public on a new education formula. Kansans have until Nov. 30 to send their ideas to StudentsFirst@ks.gov. Hunter Woodall The Kansas City Star

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback seeks ideas on school funding

August 31, 2016 07:43 PM

More Videos

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

Rep. Clayton outlines her plan to curb anonymous bills

It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas 2:09

It's not like 'Schoolhouse Rock': How bills become law in Kansas

Why are there more sightings of snowy owls in Missouri this winter? 1:16

Why are there more sightings of snowy owls in Missouri this winter?

Five people are missing after Oklahoma oil rig explosion 1:34

Five people are missing after Oklahoma oil rig explosion

Fashionable first lady: Melania Trump wraps up first 100 days in style 1:20

Fashionable first lady: Melania Trump wraps up first 100 days in style

Fixing The Chiefs In Five (Easy?) Steps 1:02

Fixing The Chiefs In Five (Easy?) Steps

See how Genie Bouchard's Super Bowl bet all played out on Twitter 0:55

See how Genie Bouchard's Super Bowl bet all played out on Twitter

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years 5:10

Royals ace Yordano Ventura through the years

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

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

Sam Mellinger's thoughts on Mizzou football, Chiefs-Titans and the Royals' offseason 3:04

Sam Mellinger's thoughts on Mizzou football, Chiefs-Titans and the Royals' offseason

  • 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.