Supreme Court reverses ruling declaring KEMA law unconstitutional

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The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday reversed a Johnson County judge's ruling that declared as unconstitutional the state's new emergency management law, which gave Kansans the ability to challenge local and state health orders in court.

The court found that Johnson County District Court Judge David Hauber went too far when he ruled on the constitutional merits of the law even if there was another basis for setting aside the case.

The Supreme Court did not rule on the constitutionality of the law . . .


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