Attorney general opinion sought on legislative session


As lawmakers map out what a legislative session during a pandemic might look like, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is being asked to weigh in on how legislators might convene in a time of social distancing.

Republican state Rep. Mark Samsel is seeking an attorney general's opinion that might shed light on whether lawmakers need to be in the Capitol to vote and whether a majority of the Senate and House needs to be present in the . . .


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