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  • Anonymous legislation? Democratic leader says it's not a good idea

    Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a Wichita Democrat who is running for governor, discusses his opposition to anonymous bills. Ward also says that the controversial "gut and go" tactic is sometimes necessary to get legislation passed.

Anonymous legislation? Democratic leader says it's not a good idea

Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a Wichita Democrat who is running for governor, discusses his opposition to anonymous bills. Ward also says that the controversial "gut and go" tactic is sometimes necessary to get legislation passed.
Bryan Lowry, Judy Thomas, Shelly Yang and Leah Becerra The Kansas City Star