Schodorf, a former legislator, lists the bills she's watching travel through the $480 million Tea Party dome in Topeka. She omits reactionary bills the radical social conservatives are working on dealing with abortion, LGBT rights, the revision of the Kansas Open Meetings Act which, if passed, will curtail public access to all government meetings and records, etc. However follow the jump to get an unnecessarily polite take from a former insider.
Welcome to this week’s Our Kansas Voice. I had the privilege of speaking to the Douglas County Democratic Club in Lawrence last Sat., and also the Kansas and Missouri Women’s Democratic Clubs in Kansas City, Kansas. At both meetings, people were fired-up and tremendously concerned about matters in Topeka. Following is a summary of selected bills.
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