More people are getting SERIOUSLY SICK from the pandemic in the Sunflower State and so authorities keep up the public health crackdown despite political debate and efforts to downplay the virus.
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Top Republican legislators signed off Wednesday on Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's request to extend a state of emergency for the coronavirus pandemic as the state set another record for COVID-19-related hospitalizations. Eight leaders of the GOP-controlled Legislature, six of them Republicans, quickly and unanimously approved Kelly's plan to extend the state of emergency until Nov.