Petition seeking better statehouse deaf services denied

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The Kansas Supreme Court has dismissed a complaint brought by a former House candidate who wanted to force the Legislature to provide better services to constituents who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Chief Justice Lawton Nuss issued a one-page order last Friday dismissing the petition filed by Chris Haulmark, who ran unsuccessfully for the Kansas House last year seeking to become the state's first deaf lawmaker.

Haulmark filed a suit asking . . .

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