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Attorney general’s focus on state interests

LARNED — It had been more than 40 years since a Kansas Attorney General addressed a public meeting in Pawnee County.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt talked at a Pawnee County Republican fundraiser Saturday afternoon, describing important state issues that his lawyers argue. It was the early ’70s when Kansas Attorney General Vern Miller spoke in Larned.
Schmidt said public safety issues and topics that concern state interests headline the work his lawyers invest their time on.
Employees in his office have also invested time arguing for state rights against the encroachment of “federalism.”
Most Kansans are familiar with work the ...

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