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Aging

2010 Session - January through May

The State Library of Kansas' Legislative Reference Section maintains a collection of clipped newspaper articles on topics relating to subjects pertinent to issues in Kansas state government. Below is a listing of clipped articles taken from several different newspapers relating to AGING, January through May, 2010.

The Clippings books are available for use in the library. You may photocopy articles from the books. If you have questions regarding this collection please feel free to contact State Library staff. Contact information is found at the top and bottom of this page.

The Clippings List is generally arranged chronologically through the year.

Each article cited contains the following information:

Author of article (if any is present)
Title of Article
Newspaper title and date of issue


ARTICLES ON AGING, January-June 2010


Sandy Praeger
Long-term care considerations Ok for protecting assets
Junction City Daily Union, 1/2-4/2010


Associated Press
State suspends some services for frail seniors
Chanute Tribune, 1/6/2010 [Newsbank article]


Harold Starr
Make it fair for seniors [your view]
Garden City Telegram, 1/9/2010


J-W Editorials
Retiree boom [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 1/15/2010


J-W Editorials
Vulnerable group [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 1/18/2010


Susan Lynn
Cuts put elderly in jeopardy
Iola Register, 1/22/2010


Cathy L. Martin
There is no more to cut from vulnerable Kansans [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 2/1/2010 [Newsbank article]


Carletta Edwards
Kansans ought to protect funding for our most vulnerable citizens [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 2/4/2010 [Newsbank article]

Tony Rizzo
Seniors 'census' raises red flag
Kansas City Star, 2/8/2010 [Newsbank article]


Patrick Lowry
Busy panties [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 2/9/2010

Clara Kilbourn
Embracing home, family
Hutchinson News, 2/11/2010


Too much has been cut from services for the elderly [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 2/26/2010

Jim Sullinger
Officials fear more cuts to food programs
Olathe Daily News, 2/27/2010


Debra Harmon
Find another way to fund Medicare [letters to the editor]
Johnson County Sun, 3/3/2010


Pablo Candia
AARP tax help available here for low-income, older citizens
Dodge City Daily Globe, 3/16/2010

Megan Molitor
State budget cuts could put elderly at risk
Junction City Daily Union, 3/17/2010



Gwyn Mellinger
Cutting elderly's aid is a bad idea
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/18/2010


Charlotte Rathke
Ditch effort to tax nursing home care
Hays Daily News, 3/29/2010 [Newsbank article]

Gayle Weber
Aging agency worries as state dollars dwindle
Hays Daily News, 4/2/2010 [Newsbank article]

Associated Press
Proposed bed fee splits state nursing home industry
Garden City Telegram, 4/20/2010

Associated Press
State nursing home industry split on proposed bed fee
Lawrence Journal World, 4/20/2010

Harold Starr
Don't penalize older Kansans [your views]
Garden City Telegram, 4/24/2010


Jean Bryant
Who will speak up for the frail elderly? [letters to the editor]
Dodge City Daily Globe, 4/29/2010


Scott Rothschild
Sides still far apart on nursing home tax
Lawrence Journal World, 5/5/2010

Greater good? [editorial]
Lawrence Journal World, 5/5/2010


Jeannine Koranda
Nursing home tax proposal advances
Wichita Eagle, 5/7/2010 [Newsbank article]


Associated Press
Death at group home investigated
Wichita Eagle, 5/8/2010 [Newsbank article]


Community bulletin board
Hays Daily News, 5/12/2010


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