If you have a suggestion about how to make the state court system better, a blue-ribbon commission is ready to hear it. The panel is holding a series of 19 public hearings across Kansas and is holding two meetings today (TUE) in Topeka. Ron Keefover is with the Office of Judicial Administration.
But...the panel needs to hear from the public in order to make recommendations on potential reforms. Today's (TUE) meetings will be held at the Topeka Shawnee County Public Library, at 2:30 and at 6:00 p.m. Next week, the panel will hold a hearing in Salina.
Other meetings are scheduled for Wichita, Junction City and Atchison.
The results of the public hearings will be submitted to the Kansas Supreme Court at the end of the year.