COVID-19 legal liability issues confront Legislature


As the Kansas Legislature comes down to one final day, lobbyists are racing to write bills limiting COVID-19 related lawsuits against businesses and health care providers.

It's a debate that's already unfolded in about a dozen states or more that are grappling with the wide-ranging implications of the coronavirus as it spreads across the population.

The difference in Kansas is there is one day left in the legislative session, and representatives of the business and medical communities say action is imperative.

Inaction would mean waiting . . .


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