Ethics director activates law license


The executive director of the Kansas ethics commission has activated his law license after he was criticized for allowing it to become suspended.

State court records show that Mark Skoglund's law license is now active. He said it became active effective May 23.

Skoglund drew harsh criticism earlier this year when a group of Johnson County neighbors sought to have an ethics complaint dismissed because he didn't disclose that his law license was suspended when he was identified during a hearing as a . . .


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