TOPEKA – (September 15, 2020) – Attorneys with the office of Attorney General Derek Schmidt will argue this week for the Kansas Supreme Court to uphold two state statutes against constitutional challenges as the court resumes operations disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.The hearings will be held virtually as the seven-member Court resumes its operations for the fall term, which began Monday with arguments in three cases.“It is important that the wheels of justice begin turning again, and I appreciate the Supreme Court taking up these important cases,” Schmidt said. “The pandemic has disrupted so much, but it is essential we all find ways to keep vital public services operating. We will continue to do our work of defending duly enacted state...
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Attorney General’s Office to defend two state laws as Kansas Supreme Court resumes hearings