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Kansas residents can ask questions about legislation, legislative procedure, state government. Calls are answered by experienced reference/research librarians at the State Library of Kansas and kept confidential. Lines are open weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
In addition to calling the hotline, residents can text questions to
785-256-0733 (standard text message rates may apply), instant message at www.kslib.info/ask-a-librarian, or visit the State Library. The State Library is located in the north wing, on the third floor of the Kansas Capitol Building.
Large oil companies pulling up stakes in Kansas
by Roxana Hegeman, The Associated Press, 12/2/2013
Study: Methane release is 50 percent higher than EPA says; Kansas among leaders
by Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press, 11-25-2013
The Dishonesty of Voter ID Laws
by The Editorial Board, New York Times 9-30-2013
Kansas voters can be on hold for years
Analysis of state data shows more than 21,500 people are in limbo, by John Hanna, The Associated Press,
State must help potential voters
Topeka Capital-Journal, 9-10-2013
Citizenship rule snags voter sign-up for thousands
by Tim Carpenter, Topeka Capital-Journal, 9-9-2013
Opinion: “Silence is killer of rights”
by Glenda Overstreet, Topeka Capital-Journal, 8-25-2013
“The Vote Is the Emblem of Equality—and Now It is Under Attack,”
by Elisabeth MacNamara, President, League of Women Voters of the United States, The Huffington Post, 2-11-2013
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