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Grand jury indicts Kansas man in Fort Riley bomb plot Yahoo News
A spokesman for U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said Booker was being held without bond pending trial. Hours after Booker was arrested near the Army base, Alexander E. Blair, 28, of Topeka, was charged with failing to report Booker's plans to authorities.
New Kansas rules would limit spending of welfare benefits The Grio
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A new Kansas law tells poor families ... Massachusetts prohibits spending on jewelry, bail bonds, or “vacation services.” A 2014 Louisiana law bars card use on cruise ships, which is also on the Kansas list. Kansas Department ...
Dana Milbank: The rush to humiliate the poor Battle Creek Enquirer
bail bond company, video arcade, movie theater, swimming pool, cruise ship, theme park, dog or horse racing facility, pari-mutuel facility, or sexually oriented business … or in any business or retail establishment where minors under age 18 are not ...
Here’s what you can’t buy with welfare in Kansas BND
TOPEKA, Kan. — A new Kansas law tells poor families that ... Massachusetts prohibits spending on jewelry, bail bonds, or “vacation services.” A 2014 Louisiana law bars card use on cruise ships, which is also on the Kansas list. Kansas Department ...
Topeka city official: We're bailing out ourselves, not Heartland Park Capital-Journal Online
An official with the city of Topeka ... bond issue. Organizer Chris Imming said as of Thursday he had more than 600 of the 2,132 signatures needed to get the question on the ballot. Some of the attendees Tuesday expressed concerns the sales tax would ...
New Kan. rules limits spending of welfare benefits Southeast Missourian
TOPEKA, Kan. -- A new Kansas law tells poor families that ... Massachusetts prohibits spending on jewelry, bail bonds, or vacation services. A 2014 Louisiana law bars card use on cruise ships, which is also on the Kansas list. Kansas Department for ...
Kansas lawmakers want to bar welfare recipients from spending cash benefits on strippers, booze, psychics, dog tracks and bail-bonds – for the first time! Daily Mail
Under the rules of the bill passed in the state legislature, bail-bondsmen would no longer be allowed to ... Oletha Faust-Goudeau told the Topeka Capital-Journal that forcing those people to make multiple trips to bank machines to pay their bills 'is ...
Kansas law limits spending of welfare benefits Casa Grande Valley Newspaper
Kansas law limits spending of welfare benefits By JOHN HANNA, AP Political Writer Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc. TOPEKA, Kan ... Massachusetts prohibits spending on jewelry, bail bonds or “vacation services.” A 2014 Louisiana law bars card ...
Being a bail bondsman often risky business LJWORLD
Bail bondsman Steve Robson doesn’t deal with many nice guys. In 2007, he wrote an $850,000 bond for former Kansas University student ... Recently, he and two partners tracked a skip to a bad part of Topeka and had to pull out his gun when the man tried ...
Law officials don’t want bail changes The Wichita Eagle Kansas
who will return to Topeka next month. “The meaningful intent would be to protect this business (bail bonds) substantially from both competition and also to ensure that they receive a share of all the business,” Fleetwood said. “I don’t think that ...