The 2022 KS Legislative Session Is Over. Here's Where We Stand.

The Kansas Legislature adjourned sine die - or held their last day of the 2022 session - on Monday, May 23rd. It was a session where so much could have gone wrong as legislators were tasked with a once-in-a-decade redistricting assignment and culture wars abounded in public education and voter rights bills. We're choosing to celebrate the veto of several bad bills, prepare for the work ahead of us, and get out the vote for an important election season.

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I Walk for Reproductive Rights

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I Walk for Equality

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Take Action Today! Ask Gov Kelly to Veto Bad Education and LGBTQ Bills

Governor Kelly will soon be taking action on two harmful bills for Kansas. We need you to email her TODAY to ask her to veto SB 160 and SB 58!


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Tell Your Legislator to Vote NO on SB 160 and Protect KS Kids

 

Email your legislators now before they vote on this harmful bill. Let them know you stand for equality. And, urge them to vote NO on SB 160.

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Where We Stand At The End of a Long Week in the #KSLeg

The Kansas Legislature has adjourned for a long weekend with plans to reconvene next week for conference committee work. Over the past few days, the legislature has advanced bills attacking public education, elections, and transgender youth. Here's where we stand right now.

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Oppose State-Sponsored Bullying

On Monday, March 21, the Kansas Senate will vote to legalize bullying and discrimination! Help protect Kansas kids! Email your Senator and let them know that discrimination is not a Kansas value! Urge them to vote NO on SB 484.

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Mainstream Coalition Announces Our 2022 Priorities

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If you don’t have a seat at the table, bring your own

The fate of Kansas public education is in the crosshairs of political extremists. Their agenda includes striking down any efforts of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) - incorrectly lumped under the conservative rallying cry of CRT - claiming a decline in school achievement scores to justify gutting public school funding in favor of private vouchers, and empowering angry parents to supervise teacher and administrative choices over curriculum and banned books.

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Our Kids are COUNTING on US. Stop Extremists.

 

 

Stealth candidates aren’t new to Kansas politics. More than 30 years ago Dr. Bob Meneilly, founding Chairman of Mainstream Coalition, warned against the rise of extremists in politics, and specifically of stealth candidates infiltrating our school boards to cause harm to our public schools and communities.

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