Constitutional amendment changing judicial selection fails in Senate


A constitutional amendment that would have taken state Supreme Court nominations out of the hands of a special screening panel and turned it over to the governor died in the Kansas Senate early Thursday morning.

The amendment came up one vote short of the 27 votes it needed to pass, a surprising turn of events from 2019 when a less conservative Senate cast 28 . . .


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