Somehow, notice of a few things slipped by.
First is the excellent Kansas Supreme Court Blog. I don’t know who is writing this blog, but it contains a great deal of information about its narrow topic.
Second: From this blog I learned that the lawyer that Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius recently appointed to the Kansas Supreme Court was the “architect of the Montoy case.” That case is often referred to simply as the Kansas school finance lawsuit.
Third, I also learned from this blog that “for the first time in its history a majority of the Justices of the Supreme Court will have been appointed by one Governor.”
Read all about it in the post Analysis: The Sebelius Court.