How state Supreme Court ruling potentially helps two ousted KHP officers


The Kansas Supreme Court has potentially dealt a significant win to two former Highway Patrol officers who said they were forced out after helping female employees defend themselves against sexual harassment and gender discrimination.

Last week, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in a separate case involving a former KHP superintendent that could strengthen the case of former Majs. James Harrington and Joshua Kellerman, who claimed their due process rights were violated.

Harrington and Joshua Kellerman filed a SSJ

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