Kansas Gov. Colyer signs executive orders to increase transparency

TOPEKA — Vowing to make state government more transparent to the public, Gov. Jeff Colyer signed executive orders on Thursday aimed at increasing access to open records, open meeting information, official correspondence, and data about how well state agencies are performing. “We want to start letting people know what’s happening in Kansas government,” he said…


End of review into Brownback’s meetings delayed

From Topeka Capital-Journal:

A district attorney’s investigation into private meetings between Republican legislators and GOP Gov. Sam Brownback won’t be finished until the end of the month because members of the governor’s staff and a few lawmakers still must be interviewed, a spokesman for the prosecutor said Tuesday.