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2014

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2014-001
A person may carry a knife, concealed or unconcealed, regardless of the length of the blade, without violating K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 21-6301 or 21- 6302. The term “knife,” as defined by K.S.A. 2013 Supp....
January 10, 2014PDF110.43 KB
2014-002
The Personal and Family Protection Act (PFPA) does not prohibit a county from demanding disclosure of an employee’s concealed carry licensure status in order to verify whether the employee is entitle...
January 10, 2014PDF82.90 KB
2014-003
The common law doctrine of incompatibility of offices precludes a person from concurrently serving as a member of a county planning commission and a mayor of a city of the third class operating under...
January 15, 2014PDF41.44 KB
2014-004
The governing body of a municipality, such as a city, county, or unified school district, may develop a neutral or impartial explanatory statement on a question it has submitted to the electorate. Th...
January 22, 2014PDF60.35 KB
2014-005
When a person’s driver’s license has been restricted pursuant to K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 8-1014 to driving only with an ignition interlock device for a specific period of time, K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 8-1015(d) ...
January 29, 2014PDF34.96 KB
2014-006
The board of trustees of a community college may prohibit the open carry of firearms on campus by any person. The board of trustees of a community college may restrict or prohibit the concealed carr...
March 27, 2014PDF86.15 KB
2014-007
The Kansas Administrative Procedure Act (KAPA) applies to the activities of the investigations committee of a state licensing board only to the extent that the board’s statutes expressly provide that...
April 01, 2014PDF56.72 KB
2014-008
A limited corporate partnership as used in K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 17- 5904(a)(12) means a limited partnership as defined in K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 17-5903(c). Cited herein: K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 17-5903; 17-5904; ...
April 03, 2014PDF31.34 KB
2014-009
The use of a flashlight or spotlight by a law enforcement officer at an intersection from a public vantage point to see if the occupants of a motor vehicle are wearing seatbelts is not a search and d...
April 10, 2014PDF36.88 KB
2014-010
The common law doctrine of incompatibility of offices precludes a person from concurrently serving as a mayor of a city of the second class operating under the mayor-council form of government and sh...
April 11, 2014PDF34.90 KB

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