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2018-012
Townships derive their powers from the legislature. A township may not exercise a power not granted by the legislature. Cited herein: K.S.A. 12-1928; 12-1683; 12-1691; 19-101; 80-101; 80-104; 80-301...
September 06, 2018PDF152.70 KB
2018-011
Neither state statute nor the common law doctrine of incompatibility of offices precludes a retiree from serving as a member of the school board for the school district from which the retiree retired...
September 06, 2018PDF123.82 KB
2018-010
Effective May 24, 2018, it is not unlawful under Kansas state law to possess or sell products or substances containing any amount of cannabidiol. Further, Epidiolex is a Schedule IV drug and is excl...
August 24, 2018PDF156.93 KB
2018-009
Kansas law does not require any additional procedural steps to be taken when the Chief Engineer of the Division of Water Resources retires or resigns from that position during proceedings to designat...
August 09, 2018PDF109.41 KB

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