Phill Kline, a former Kansas attorney general and Johnson County district attorney, had his license to practice law in the state indefinitely suspended in 2013. He has sued the state Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement. The court’s disciplinary action stemmed from Kline’s investigation into Kansas abortion providers after he was elected attorney general in 2002.
Phill Kline, a former Kansas attorney general and Johnson County district attorney, had his license to practice law in the state indefinitely suspended in 2013. He has sued the state Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement. The court’s disciplinary action stemmed from Kline’s investigation into Kansas abortion providers after he was elected attorney general in 2002. File photo The Kansas City Star
Phill Kline, a former Kansas attorney general and Johnson County district attorney, had his license to practice law in the state indefinitely suspended in 2013. He has sued the state Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement. The court’s disciplinary action stemmed from Kline’s investigation into Kansas abortion providers after he was elected attorney general in 2002. File photo The Kansas City Star

Phill Kline sues Kansas Supreme Court, seeking reinstatement of law license

October 19, 2015 10:40 AM

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