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Was the 45th Governor of Kansas (2009 - 2011). Currently the president and chief executive officer of AHCA and NCAL.
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ENG: Mark V. Parkinson (born June 24, 1957) is the president and chief executive officer of the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL). A member of the Democratic Party, he was the 45th Governor of Kansas and a member of the Kansas House of Representatives and the Kansas Senate. Early life A businessman and former legislator, Governor Parkinson is a native Kansan with roots in Scott City, where the Parkinsons still own the family farm. Born in Wichita, Kansas, Governor Parkinson attended Wichita Public Schools and graduated from Wichita Heights High School before going on to graduate summa cum laude from Wichita State University in 1980. He graduated first in his class from the University of Kansas School of Law in 1984. Parkinson ...
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Parkinson hopes Kansas voters don’t punish state Democrats..

...over federal policies Topeka — As Kansas Republican officials on Wednesday embarked on a "Clean Sweep" bus tour and bragged about advance voting efforts, Gov. Mark Parkinson, a Democrat not seeking office, urged voters not to punish Kansas officeholders over anger with the federal government. Asked about the possibility that incumbent Democrats Attorney General Steve Six, Secretary of State Chris Biggs and State Treasurer Dennis McKinney could be swept out, Parkinson said those officials have performed admirably in office and their defeat would "leave a giant hole in ...

Parkinson names Caplinger to Kansas Supreme Court

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Democratic Gov. Mark Parkinson has appointed Court of Appeals Judge Nancy Moritz Caplinger of Topeka to fill a vacancy on the Kansas Supreme Court. The announcement Monday fills the slot on the seven-member court created by the Aug. 3 retirement of Chief Justice Robert Davis, who died the next day. The 50-year-old Caplinger has served on the Kansas appeals court since 2004. Before that, she was an assistant U.S. attorney in Kansas City, Kan., and Topeka. She was a civil litigator and later represented the federal government in nonlitigation matters. She grew ...

Gov. Parkinson orders flags to half-staff for soldier...

...killed inAfghanistan Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson has directed flags be flown at half-staff Friday throughout Kansas in honor of Army Spc. Tom Moffitt of Wichita, who died Sunday in Afghanistan. “On behalf of all Kansans, our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Specialist Moffitt,” Parkinson said. “His willingness to answer the highest call of duty and make the ultimate sacrifice for his country will never be forgotten.” Moffitt, 21, died from wounds suffered when his unit was attacked by insurgents with small arms fire and ...

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KS House overrides Gov veto, time for Senate courage
With a vote of 86 for, 35 against and 4 not voting, the House veto override of HB 2115 was successful.  17 of the 49 House Democrats and 69 of the 76 Republicans voted for override.   Read the total vote tally here. The override now heads to the Senate, where it will likely end […]
Obama’s HHS: Title X grants must go to Planned Parenthood
The Obama administration is slapping down every state that has acted on the idea that the federal Title X reproductive healthcare program was NOT created to bankroll Planned Parenthood. A proposed new Health & Human Services(HHS) rule announced last week would nullify state eligibility thresholds (such as Kansas has) that prioritizes Title X grants to full-service […]
KS House majority files late-term and parent consent bill
In an extraordinary show of unity, a majority of representatives in the Kansas House have co-signed HB 2035– the Abortion Reporting Accuracy and Parental Rights Act. The bulk of the bill is composed of late-term abortion regulations that repeatedly passed the legislature only to be vetoed by extreme abortion-supporting governors, Kathleen Sebelius and Mark Parkinson. […]
Italy investigates illegal late abortions, Kansas won’t
This week, 14 pro-abortion state senators united to stop legislation– AGAIN– to enforce Kansas law protecting viable babies of 22 – 40 weeks gestation.  After the House successfully overrode the governor’s veto of HB 2115, the Senate failed by a vote of 26-14 (27 votes were needed.) Ironically, during the same time period, the global […]

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