Indivisible KC held a Kansas Constituent Health Care Town Hall on Wednesday at Overland Park Christian Church. The organization said it invited Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts and Reps. Lynn Jenkins and Kevin Yoder, but all four declined the invitation. On the panel were (far left) Sean Gatewood, co-administrator of KanCare Advocates Network, and Sheldon Weisgrau, executive director of Health Reform Resource Project.
Indivisible KC held a Kansas Constituent Health Care Town Hall on Wednesday at Overland Park Christian Church. The organization said it invited Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts and Reps. Lynn Jenkins and Kevin Yoder, but all four declined the invitation. On the panel were (far left) Sean Gatewood, co-administrator of KanCare Advocates Network, and Sheldon Weisgrau, executive director of Health Reform Resource Project. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Indivisible KC held a Kansas Constituent Health Care Town Hall on Wednesday at Overland Park Christian Church. The organization said it invited Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts and Reps. Lynn Jenkins and Kevin Yoder, but all four declined the invitation. On the panel were (far left) Sean Gatewood, co-administrator of KanCare Advocates Network, and Sheldon Weisgrau, executive director of Health Reform Resource Project. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

Members of Congress from Kansas, Missouri talk to constituents — but not at town halls

February 23, 2017 07:54 PM