Toby Crouse (center right), an Overland Park lawyer, listened Thursday as legislative leaders decided to hire him to represent lawmakers in a school funding lawsuit. Sitting with Crouse at the Kansas statehouse was House Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican, who helped find Crouse.
Toby Crouse (center right), an Overland Park lawyer, listened Thursday as legislative leaders decided to hire him to represent lawmakers in a school funding lawsuit. Sitting with Crouse at the Kansas statehouse was House Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican, who helped find Crouse. John Hanna The Associated Press
Toby Crouse (center right), an Overland Park lawyer, listened Thursday as legislative leaders decided to hire him to represent lawmakers in a school funding lawsuit. Sitting with Crouse at the Kansas statehouse was House Appropriations Committee chairman Ron Ryckman Jr., an Olathe Republican, who helped find Crouse. John Hanna The Associated Press

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