ACLU: A political evolution in Kansas


When Micah Kubic took the helm of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas in 2015, it was a shell of what it is now.

It was running almost $100,000 in the red with a staff of essentially three — an executive director, a legal director and an office manager.

"We all sort of shared the load," Kubic said of the skeleton staff he inherited.

"We did everything from advocating at the statehouse to filing the litigation to balancing the books to taking out the trash."

Kubic arrived at a time when conservatives held sway in Topeka.

Sam Brownback had . . .


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