State Senate Considers Transparency Bills

andy lambertMarch 19, 2015

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The Kansas Senate is preparing to debate bills that would limit government fees for producing records, require additional disclosures by lobbyists and make legislative meetings more accessible. Under those bills an agency couldn’t charge more than a quarter a page to copy public records and limit the charges for staff time, lobbyists would have to disclose any public money they get, and live internet audio would have to be offered for some committee meetings.

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