Kansas officials, including Gov. Sam Brownback, have shown little interest in dealing with a prison system that is described as on the brink of chaos. But that must change before further uprisings take place.
Kansas officials, including Gov. Sam Brownback, have shown little interest in dealing with a prison system that is described as on the brink of chaos. But that must change before further uprisings take place. Orlin Wagner AP
Kansas officials, including Gov. Sam Brownback, have shown little interest in dealing with a prison system that is described as on the brink of chaos. But that must change before further uprisings take place. Orlin Wagner AP

Editorial: ‘Like a powder keg ready to explode’ — how bad will Kansas prisons get before officials take action?

August 01, 2017 04:14 PM

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