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Why We Should Retain the Kansas Supreme Court

Kansas Supreme Court Justices: Seated left to right are the Honorable Marla J. Luckert, Lawton R. Nuss, Chief Justice and Carol A. Beier. Standing left to right are the Honorable Dan Biles, Eric S. Rosen, Lee A. Johnson and Caleb Stegall.

Five justices on the Kansas Supreme Court face a retention vote next month. Commentator William Jennings Bryan Oleander says that despite discontent with recent court rulings, it's in the best interest of Kansas to keep them on the bench.


The comments of William Jennings Bryan Oleander, otherwise known as Tom Averill, writer-in-residence at Washburn University in Topeka. 

Production assistance for this commentary was provided by KPR news intern Courtney Bierman, a sophomore studying journalism at the University of Kansas.

 

Oleander: Kansans Should Keep Supreme Court Justices on the Bench

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