Today (TUE), members of a panel looking to make the Kansas court system better stop in Topeka. The Blue Ribbon commission is making 19 stops around the state to listen to comments from citizens around Kansas. Ron Keefover, with the Office of Judicial Administration, ays the public's input is vital at these hearings.
The commission will hold two public hearings in Topeka today (TUE) at 2:30 and at 6 in the Public Library. The next stop is scheduled for Salina next week. The panel will also make stops in Dodge City, Wichita and Pittsburg. The results of the public hearings will be submitted to the Kansas Supreme Court at the end of the year.