Gov.elect-Laura Kelly's administration started taking shape Tuesday with the hiring of a new general counsel and directors of policy, legislative affairs and appointment.
Kelly turned to some familiar statehouse hands, including the chief of staff for the House minority leader, a former top aide to Democrat Paul Davis and a seasoned Democratic operative with experience in state government.
Kelly announced that she has hired Clay Britton from the U.S. attorney's office to serve as her general counsel.
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