The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers.
The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers. Jennifer Hack File photo by The Star
The southern part of Kansas City has been experiencing delays in trash pickup throughout the summer. Waste disposal companies say the problems are tied to a shortage of drivers. Jennifer Hack File photo by The Star

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    Rep. Stephanie Clayton, an Overland Park Republican, talked about a bill that could improve transparency in the Kansas Legislature during The Star's town hall on Thursday, Jan. 18.