The Capital-Journal Editorial Board

Editorial: A bad year for voting rights

Two weeks ago, we ran an editorial about Constitution Day — an occasion to study the history of our founding document, as... Read more

Editorial: Resisting ‘dark’ political ads

With more than 2 billion users and advanced analytics, Facebook offers advertisers one of the most effective platforms for reaching their target... Read more

Editorial: Hensley, Kobach and racism

On Wednesday, Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley released a statement demanding that top Republican officials in the state condemn the white supremacist... Read more

Editorial: Successful juvenile justice reform in Kansas

In 2015, Gov. Sam Brownback, Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss and a bipartisan group of legislative leaders established a workgroup to... Read more

Editorial: A man who lived for his community

It’s impossible to review the life and career of Lonnie Williams without immediately recognizing his tireless work ethic, unwavering generosity and devotion... Read more

Editorial: Responding to a blood emergency

Twice a year, organizations like the American Red Cross and the Community Blood Center have a special need for blood donations: the... Read more

Editorial: A status quo that can’t persist

In 1974, students could attend a high-quality public university for $1,250 per semester. You may think this makes sense given how much... Read more

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