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2019-001
A district attorney is an elected official who is not subordinate to the board of county commissioners (BOCC). As the county’s chief prosecutor, the district attorney has several statutory and ethica...
January 24, 2019PDF188.92 KB
2019-002
A one-story dormitory-type structure having a series of living/sleeping units, each with a separate exterior door, is a “building” under K.S.A. 2018 Supp. 75-7c10. The Personal and Family Protection...
January 24, 2019PDF153.07 KB
2019-003
The Commissioner of Insurance may appoint an acting securities commissioner to exercise all of the powers, duties and functions of the office for not longer than six months pursuant to K.S.A. 2018 Su...
January 24, 2019PDF170.15 KB

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