U.S. Senate confirms Crouse for federal bench


The U.S. Senate on Tuesday night confirmed Kansas Solicitor General Toby Crouse to a seat on the federal bench in Kansas.

The Senate voted 50-43 to confirm Crouse, who has been the state’s top appellate lawyer since 2018 when Attorney General Derek Schmidt named him solicitor general.

"We need good, solid judges that interpret the Constitution in ways that enforce the law and provide justice and equity," said U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran.

"Toby Crouse is highly qualified, both professionally and personally, to fill this seat," Moran said.

He was the state’s top litigator in the . . .


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