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A Kansas lawmaker says she will introduce legislation that would end the Legislature's practice of proposing bills without identifying the sponsors. The Kansas City Star... [Read More]
Republican Rep. Steve Alford suggested at a public forum that blacks were predisposed to abusing drugs... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Jan. 8:... [Read More]
The Kansas lawmaker apologized later that day, saying: "I was wrong, I regret my comments, and I sincerely apologize to anyone whom I have hurt."​... [Read More]
A white Kansas lawmaker who suggested at a public forum that blacks were predisposed to abusing drugs resigned from two committee leadership jobs Tuesday, three... [Read More]
A white Kansas lawmaker who suggested at a public forum that blacks were predisposed to abusing drugs resigned from two legislative committee leadership jobs on... [Read More]
A state lawmakers in Kansas has apologized for remarks he made during a public in which he implied that African-Americans were more prone to drug... [Read More]
A White Kansas state lawmaker arguing against the legalization of marijuana suggested that it and other drugs were originally outlawed in part because Blacks were... [Read More]
Drugs were originally outlawed in part because blacks were predisposed to abusing drugs because of their "character makeup - their genetics …... [Read More]
A Kansas lawmaker is under fire this week after channeling the 1930's mentality on marijuana and claiming blacks are more susceptible to it. [Read More]
Steve Alford said marijuana and other drugs were prohibited in the 1930s partly because blacks responded "the worst" to them "because of their character makeup... [Read More]
If southwest Kansas lawmaker won't resign — and he should — his constituents should make sure he's not representing them in 2019. [Read More]
A Kansas state legislator who suggested at a public forum that blacks are predisposed to abusing drugs has resigned from two committee leadership jobs. Republican... [Read More]
A Republican lawmaker blamed marijuana use by black people on "character makeup" and "genetics." Rarely is racism by a politician so explicit. Asked about marijuana... [Read More]
Alford said marijuana should be banned to protect black people. [Read More]
A Kansas state lawmaker made racist comments about blacks and marijuana, saying that because of their "character makeup, their genetics" African-Americans had the worst response... [Read More]
A Kansas lawmaker apologizes for suggesting blacks have a genetic predisposition to abusing drugs. [Read More]
A white Kansas state lawmaker has apologized for suggesting that blacks have a genetic predisposition to abusing drugs. Republican state Rep. Steve ... [Read More]
Rep. Steve Alford said he thinks African Americans can't genetically handle marijuana, which is why he wants the substance to remain illegal in his state. [Read More]
A Kansas lawmaker has claimed that African-Americans are more susceptible to using marijuana because of their "character makeup" and "genetics." [Read More]
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