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Transparency inconvenient

Dear Editor,
I find it interesting to read that the governor has hosted special meetings at the governor’s mansion with members of the Legislature that will be expected to rubber-stamp his agenda.
Regardless of the fact that these meetings are being investigated for violating the Kansas Open Meetings law, why did the governor feel the need to hold these meetings behind closed doors and out of view from any public scrutiny?
Could it be that his proposals are suspect as to the over all benefit to Kansas citizens?
Case in point, the governor’s proposal to overhaul the state ...

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