Constitutional amendment on rules, regs clears Legislature


The Kansas Senate on Wednesday approved a constitutional amendment intended to rein in rogue bureaucrats from writing policy into administrative rules and regulations.

The Senate voted 27-12 to pass the amendment, which would go on the general election ballot this fall. It already passed the House 85-39.

Republican state Sen. Kellie Warren, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said the amendment . . .


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