Rocky Nichols, executive director of the Kansas Disability Rights Center, speaks at a rally of developmentally disabled people and their supporters on the south steps of the Kansas Statehouse on Thursday.
Rocky Nichols, executive director of the Kansas Disability Rights Center, speaks at a rally of developmentally disabled people and their supporters on the south steps of the Kansas Statehouse on Thursday. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle
Rocky Nichols, executive director of the Kansas Disability Rights Center, speaks at a rally of developmentally disabled people and their supporters on the south steps of the Kansas Statehouse on Thursday. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle

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