Kelly allows higher education DEI bill to become law


Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday allowed a bill targeting diversity, equity or inclusion in Kansas higher education to become law without her signature.

The bill, passed 81-40 in the House and 28-11 in the Senate, bars universities, community colleges and technical colleges from requiring statements about diversity, equity or inclusion as a condition of admission, financial aid or hiring.

The governor allowed the . . .


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