Two state commissions representing the Hispanic and African American communities in Kansas are seeking more than a dozen town hall meetings to give the public input into the redrawing of election districts.
The Kansas Hispanic & Latino American Affairs Commission along with the Kansas African American Affairs Commission are requesting at least 14 public town hall meetings, the same number that were held when districts were last redrawn.
The commissions are recommending at least two meetings in each of the four congressional districts and urge lawmakers to start those meetings as soon as possible.
They are asking that the committee . . .