Office of the Repealer Announces Final Tour Stops
KSCB News - October 14, 2011 4:48 pm
Kansas Office of the Repealer Secretary Dennis Taylor announced the details of the final stops on his tour of the state of Kansas.
Secretary Taylor is traveling across the state to discuss proposed repeals and collect input from Kansans on rules and regulations they believe should be repealed.
In January, Governor Sam Brownback signed Executive Order 11-01 establishing the Office of the Repealer within the Kansas Department of Administration. The Governor tasked the Office of the Repealer with investigating the system of governance of the state including its laws and regulations to determine instances in which those laws and regulations are unreasonable, unduly burdensome, duplicitous, or contradictory.
As part of the investigative process, Executive Order 11-04 also charged the Repealer with establishing a system for receiving public recommendations suggesting various laws and regulations to be considered for repeal. In addition to attending one of the tour stops, Kansans may submit their ideas to the office’s online website at: http://repealer.ks.gov/
The public is encouraged to attend.
Any individual with a disability may request accommodation by COB two days prior to the event by contacting the Governor’s office at [email protected] or 785.368.7138.
Monday, November 7
Dodge City Community College Theater
2501 N 14 th Ave
Garden City Community College
Beth Tedrow Student Center Room #1107
801 Campus Drive
Tuesday, November 8
Seward County Community College Area Technical School
SW 229C – Student Activities Building – East Parking Lot 17
1801 N. Kansas