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July 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Kansas Views on picking judges, concealed-carry, voting law, open meetings

Picking judges – Kansas legislators put the “process” of selecting judges for the state’s second highest court almost entirely in the hands of one person: the governor, now Gov. Sam Brownback. Brownback’s office confirmed that it had received “a number of applications” for the newly created 14th position on the Court of Appeals but indicated that neither a list of applicants nor a list of finalists for the job would be released to the public.

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