Kelly asked to reconsider disclosing COVID outbeaks


A group of leading business organizations is asking Gov. Laura Kelly to reconsider plans to make public the names of businesses where there are outbreaks of COVID-19.

"We are unsure what the benefit of this disclosure offers, other than a public shaming of businesses where an outbreak occurs," said the letter sent to the governor from a group of organizations that included the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.

"That said, we are curious what legal basis or authority exists for the state to adopt this policy and . . .


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