Government & Politics

May 3, 2014

Lobbying in Kansas draws scrutiny from the FBI

A federal probe in Topeka follows a shift in Kansas lobbying business to people who have worked for Gov. Sam Brownback. That draws new scrutiny to work they have done for a number of interest groups — health care providers, universities and especially the state’s heavily regulated casinos. Brownback’s office said it isn’t unusual for some of a governor’s former associates to become lobbyists.

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