Update on Kansas ethics case

The Kansas Meadowlark has more coverage of a Kansas case with troubling implications:

“The legal conflict in this case is between Kansas law and confidentiality of an ethics complaint, and the U.S. Constitution’s 1st amendment right to free speech. Oddly in this case, the one making the complaint, is the one being fined. This has a a chilling effect on free speech, and one’s right to bring a grievance against the government.”

See the post More Info on Van Meteren “Free Speech” Ethics Case.

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