A legal fight over the ouster of the Kansas Democratic Party's secretary two years ago has come to a quiet end.
Last week, the state Democratic Party posted a short announcement on its website stating that the lawsuit brought by former secretary Casey Yingling had been settled.
"With this dispute now over, we look forward to working towards our common goal of electing Democrats in Kansas," said the statement signed by Yingling and party chair Vicki Hiatt.
In an interview, Hiatt said the case against the party became moot earlier this year after the party elected a new slate . . .
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