KS High Court eliminates parts of law designed to speed up rulings

andy lambertJuly 13, 2015

The Kansas Supreme Court tosses out key parts of a law signed by Governor Brownback last year intended to speed up state court rulings. The high court ruled the 180-day deadline to deliver court decisions was unconstitutional. There also was no defense to the legislation, with the state not filing a response to the legal challenge.

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