Legislature passes bill remaking wildlife panel amid accusations of ‘group think’


The Kansas Legislature has passed a bill remaking the composition of the state's Wildlife and Parks Commission, which has been beset by controversy over deer baiting and accusations that it's dysfunctional and lacks a diversity of thought.

The House voted 78-45 Tuesday afternoon to pass the bill that would spread out appointments to the commission by the governor, the House speaker, the Senate president and the attorney general.

Currently, the seven-member . . .


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