Lawmakers seek consistent Capitol sign policies


Leading legislators on Thursday insisted that Gov. Laura Kelly's administration should not unilaterally decide whether protesters can bring signs into the Capitol.

Republicans lawmakers said they want input in developing a usage policy that regulates activity on the statehouse grounds, which is now the focus of a federal free speech lawsuit.

"We're in the middle of a lawsuit...and we have one branch (of government) acting one way without input from another branch," said House Speaker Ron Ryckman Jr.

The Department of Administration recently replaced a . . .


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