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HUTCHINSON, Kan. — As the son of a police chief, Kansas First District Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall is clear where he stands on police behavior.
The U.S. Senate approved H.R. 7010 Thursday, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act, sending the bill to President Trump for his signature and delivering flexibility for American small business owners.
The House of Representatives passed the legislation in May.
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Patrons filled their own soft drinks again Friday.
Many rode the Abilene and Smoky Valley Train.
Visitors petted Ginger at the Greyhound Hall of Fame.
Some went out to eat at area restaurants that allowed indoor seating along with carryout.
WASHINGTON - The 174 Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) in Kansas will receive an additional $8.6 million from the Department of Health and Human Services to enhance coronavirus testing in the communities they serve.
Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall joined KVOE's Morning Show on Tuesday to update listeners on the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A McPherson barber was threatened with arrest for staying open, and Kansas congressman Roger Marshall isn't happy about it.
After the direct request from Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., the White House Coronavirus Task Force has responded in-kind with another shipment of two ventilators, 550,000 N95 masks and 13,000 Tyvek suites to Kansas hot spots, including Southwest Kansas as they continue their fight against the Coronavirus.
Kansas First District Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall spent this weekend volunteering to help COVID-19 patients in Seward County.
In a statement, Marshall said he spent the weekend in Liberal working in the emergency room and ICU at Southwest Medical Center, where he assisted with screening, admitting and working with respiratory therapists on managing ventilators in the ICU.
As part of assisting with community testing efforts for COVID-19 in Southwest Kansas, Kansas First District Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall was in Liberal Wednesday to observe and help with local efforts.
Marshall’s first stop was at the Seward County Ag Building before going to the Seward County Health Department, National Beef and Southwest Medical Center.