Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s letter with an audit of the state’s Sexual Predator Treatment Program looks to emphasize the state being cautious about using its power to involuntarily commit more people and ratchet up costs. But that good news comes with a downside.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s letter with an audit of the state’s Sexual Predator Treatment Program looks to emphasize the state being cautious about using its power to involuntarily commit more people and ratchet up costs. But that good news comes with a downside. File photo The Associated Press
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s letter with an audit of the state’s Sexual Predator Treatment Program looks to emphasize the state being cautious about using its power to involuntarily commit more people and ratchet up costs. But that good news comes with a downside. File photo The Associated Press

Audit of Kansas sexual predator program gives more reasons to worry about budget problems

April 30, 2015 05:26 PM