Johnson County government meets in the administration building (background), but can’t escape the reach of the Kansas Legislature when it comes to guns, taxes, educational funding and other issues.
Johnson County government meets in the administration building (background), but can’t escape the reach of the Kansas Legislature when it comes to guns, taxes, educational funding and other issues. File photo
Johnson County government meets in the administration building (background), but can’t escape the reach of the Kansas Legislature when it comes to guns, taxes, educational funding and other issues. File photo

Bullies in the Kansas Legislature plague Johnson County

September 03, 2014 02:49 PM

UPDATED September 03, 2014 06:30 PM

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