Kansas taxpayers keep paying for former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline. The Topeka Capital-Journal reported this week that taxpayers have paid about $220,000 to defend Kline's administration against charges of sexual discrimination when he was Johnson County district attorney. It reported previously that state taxpayers have paid nearly $530,000 defending Kline and his former aides in ethics cases, with more expenses to come, as Kline's ethics hearing is scheduled to resume in July.
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