More welcoming? Yes.
Any less conservative than his predecessor? Not so much.
Those are the most common themes you will hear about Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer after his first 100 days as chief executive and with his first legislative session under his belt.
From the outset, Colyer promised to bring a new, approachable style to the governor’s office after serving seven years as former Gov. Sam Brownback’s lieutenant.
While skeptics wonder if that will change should he get elected to a full, four-year term this fall, Colyer gets good reviews from Democrats and Republicans.
Inside the statehouse . . .