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Flashback: Politics and the Kansas Judiciary

In domestic law on August 28, 2010 at 6:56 am
Amplify’d from kansas.watchdog.org

Over the last several years the Kansas Watchdog and Kansas Meadowlark tried to shed light on the Kansas judiciary, including the many political connections:

Kansas is the only state where the state’s bar association has majority control in the Supreme Court nominating commission.

The lawsuit claims the process in Kansas to select a new member for the state’s high court violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal protection clause. The lawsuit asks all Kansas voters be given an equal voice in the process.

On Thursday four Kansans filed suit in federal court in Wichita to block the Kansas Supreme Court Nominating Commission from selecting the next member of the court.

Read more at kansas.watchdog.org

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