In Topeka, Rep. Valdenia Winn listened Wednesday as the House Select Investigative Committee met to review a complaint against Winn over her remarks during a committee meeting in March. Ultimately, the Democratic lawmaker from Kansas City, Kan., could be reprimanded, censured or expelled from the Legislature with a two-thirds vote of the House.
In Topeka, Rep. Valdenia Winn listened Wednesday as the House Select Investigative Committee met to review a complaint against Winn over her remarks during a committee meeting in March. Ultimately, the Democratic lawmaker from Kansas City, Kan., could be reprimanded, censured or expelled from the Legislature with a two-thirds vote of the House. Thad Allton The Associated Press
In Topeka, Rep. Valdenia Winn listened Wednesday as the House Select Investigative Committee met to review a complaint against Winn over her remarks during a committee meeting in March. Ultimately, the Democratic lawmaker from Kansas City, Kan., could be reprimanded, censured or expelled from the Legislature with a two-thirds vote of the House. Thad Allton The Associated Press

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