Supreme Court grants stay of KEMA law ruling

0
675

(Developing: Will be updated)

The Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday morning agreed to put on hold a lower-court ruling that threw out a new emergency management law limiting how state and local governments can respond to COVID-19.

Chief Justice Marla Luckert issued a one-page order simply stating District Judge David Hauber's ruling would be stayed pending appeal.

The court has already agreed to hear the case on an SSJ

This content is restricted to subscribers. Click here to subscribe. Already a subscriber? Click here to login.