Kelly vetoes bill curtailing executive branch power


Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a bill limiting the ability of the Kansas governor to enter into agreements for enforcement of election law.

The bill would bar the governor, the secretary of state or any other executive branch officer from entering into consent decrees related to the enforcement of election law.

The proposal specifically bans them from entering into any agreement in state and federal court with any party related to changes in election law without the approval of the Legislature or legislative leadership on the . . .


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