Group calls for protest of Kansas stay-at-home order


(Developing: Will be updated as warranted)

A protest similar to one that overtook the Michigan capital on Wednesday appears to be forming in Kansas over restrictions intended to control the spread of the coronavirus.

The Convention of States Kansas is calling for people to converge on Topeka for an in-car rally next week to show their opposition to Gov. Laura Kelly's decision to extend a stay-at-home order until May 3.

As of Thursday morning, 47 people said they planned to attend the April 23 rally and 179 . . .


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