The Kansas Senate passed a bill Tuesday requiring that the public have more information after a child dies of abuse or neglect and that families are able to view police body camera footage. The bill now goes to Gov. Jeff Colyer.
The Kansas Senate passed a bill Tuesday requiring that the public have more information after a child dies of abuse or neglect and that families are able to view police body camera footage. The bill now goes to Gov. Jeff Colyer. Neil Nakahodo File photo
The Kansas Senate passed a bill Tuesday requiring that the public have more information after a child dies of abuse or neglect and that families are able to view police body camera footage. The bill now goes to Gov. Jeff Colyer. Neil Nakahodo File photo

Kansas passes bill to open state secrets on child deaths, police shootings

May 01, 2018 05:40 PM