A special treat this Tuesday: a roundup of non-Trump political news you need to know.
1) The state of Kansas has announced the opening of a six-week window for a tax amnesty. Taxes must be paid between Sept. 1 and Oct. 15, with penalties and interest waived. The program is crucial, since the state thinks it can collect an additional $30 million for the budget with amnesty. Some are skeptical.
2) The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated a lawsuit by a Missouri legislator who thinks he should be provided taxpayer-funded health insurance that does not include contraceptive coverage for his children.
3) Bob Dole is 92 years old Wednesday. In a news release, Dole says his birthday wish is to see completion of the Eisenhower Memorial in Washington D.C.
6) The Kansas City Council is getting an airport update. The verdict: A new terminal. Voters will get final say.
Here’s Tuesday’s report: