Ethics commission accused of violating open-meetings law


A complaint was filed with the Kansas attorney general Thursday, alleging that the state ethics commission violated the open meetings law when it planned how to respond to an effort in the Senate last year to oust its executive director.

Two attorneys who have represented clients that have been the focus of ethics commission investigations say in their complaint that the commission skirted the open meetings law by participating in serial email communications.

They provided the attorney general with emails from April 1, 2022, when a Senate conference committee SSJ

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