Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Reopen Kansas criminal records

Law now erects costly, needless barriers

There’s no reason to question the Kansas Legislature’s motives a generation ago when, after a Kansas newspaper published the names of two individuals who were sought by police using warrants that had not been served, lawmakers closed virtually all criminal records in the state.

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