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The Kansas Governor is Shutting Things Down, Can She Do that?

On March 12, 2020, Governor Laura Kelly issued an Emergency Declaration for the state of Kansas to help manage the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. Can she do that? Read More
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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act - What it Means

In response to the ongoing coronavirus emergency, Congress has passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The following is an outline of how this Act changes existing law and how it might impact you or your business. This basically is a two-… Read More
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Complying with Kansas Open Meeting Requirements During The Coronavirus Emergency

During the Coronavirus Emergency there are now questions how to best proceed with business balancing compliance with Kansas law as well as compliance with the Governor's executive orders and guidance of health officials. Read More
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Kansans: Watch Out for Profiteering from Coronavirus

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly and President Trump’s recent Emergency Declarations have triggered a little used Kansas law that operates to provide enhanced consumer protections to all Kansas citizen consumers. Read More
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