Session Law

Identifying Information:L. 2001 ch. 086
Other Identifying Information:2001 House Bill 2300
Tax Type:Other
Brief Description:An Act concerning certain state agencies; relating to the advisory committee on Hispanic affairs; appointments of members; concerning the Kansas governmental operations ac- countability law; amending K.S.A. 32-801, 74-2613, 74-5002f, 74-6502, 75-3702a, 75- 4503, 75-5001, 75-5101, 75-5203, 75-5301, 75-5601, 75-5701 and 75-5903 and K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 2-1904, 74-560 and 74-5202 and repealing the existing sections.
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CHAPTER 86

HOUSE BILL No. 2300


An Act concerning certain state agencies; relating to the advisory committee on Hispanic

affairs; appointments of members; concerning the Kansas governmental operations ac-

countability law; amending K.S.A. 32-801, 74-2613, 74-5002f, 74-6502, 75-3702a, 75-

4503, 75-5001, 75-5101, 75-5203, 75-5301, 75-5601, 75-5701 and 75-5903 and K.S.A.

2000 Supp. 2-1904, 74-560 and 74-5202 and repealing the existing sections.




Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

Section 1. K.S.A. 74-6502 is hereby amended to read as follows: 74-

6502. (a) The advisory committee shall consist of seven members. No

more than four members shall be members of the same political party.

Subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 1992 Supp. 75-4315c, and amendments

thereto, each congressional district in the state of Kansas shall be repre-

sented on the advisory committee by at least one member who is a resi-

dent of the district at the time of appointment and the remainder shall

represent the state at large. Advisory committee members shall be ap-

pointed by the governor. A person appointed to fill a vacancy which occurs

prior to the expiration of a term shall be appointed for the unexpired

term. Except as provided by subsection (b), each member of the com-

mittee shall be appointed for a three-year term.

(b) The terms of all members of the committee shall expire on June

30, 2001. Of the members appointed to fill vacancies due to expiration of

terms on June 30, 2001, two shall be appointed to terms of one year, two

shall be appointed for terms of two years and three shall be appointed for

terms of three years. Thereafter members shall be appointed for terms of

three years and until successors are appointed and qualified.

Nothing in this subsection shall be construed as prohibiting the reap-

pointment of members of the committee who had been appointed prior to

the effective date of this act.

Sec. 2. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 74-5202 is hereby amended to read as

follows: 74-5202. (a) There is hereby created a Kansas arts commission

which shall be composed of twelve members to be appointed by the

governor and to serve. Except as provided by subsection (b), members

shall be appointed for terms of three years. Upon expiration of the term

of each member serving on the commission on the effective date of this

act, the governor shall appoint a successor for a term of three years.

Members serving on the commission on the effective date of this act may

be reappointed to a term of three years. Members may not serve more

than two terms and are not eligible for reappointment following the end

of their second term of office. The commission shall have a chairperson,

vice-chairperson, and secretary-treasurer, which officers shall be desig-

nated by the governor from the membership of the commission. The

commission shall meet upon call of the chairperson, but at least once

each quarter. Members of the Kansas arts commission attending meetings

of such commission, or attending a subcommittee meeting thereof au-

thorized by such commission, shall be paid compensation, subsistence

allowances, mileage and other expenses as provided in K.S.A. 75-3223,

and amendments thereto. Employment by the state, or any instrumen-

tality or subdivision of the state, shall not prevent any person from ac-

cepting appointment to and serving on the commission.

(b) The terms of all members of the commission shall expire on June

30, 2001. Of the members appointed due to expiration of terms on June

30, 2001, four members shall be appointed for terms of one year, four

members shall be appointed for terms of two years and four members

shall be appointed for terms of three years. Thereafter, members shall be

appointed for terms of three years and until successors are appointed and

qualified.

Nothing in this subsection shall be construed as prohibiting the reap-

pointment of members of the commission who had been appointed prior

to the effective date of this act except no member may be appointed to

serve more than seven consecutive years.

Sec. 3. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 2-1904 is hereby amended to read as fol-

lows: 2-1904. (a) There is hereby established, to serve as an agency of the

state and to perform the functions conferred upon it in this act, the state

conservation commission. The state conservation commission shall suc-

ceed to all the powers, duties and property of the state soil conservation

committee. The commission shall consist of nine members. The following

shall serve, ex officio, as members of the commission and shall hold office

so long as they shall retain the office by virtue of which they shall be

serving on the commission; as follows:

(1) The director of the cooperative extension service and the director

of the state agricultural experiment station or their designees located at

Manhattan, Kansas, or such persons' designees shall serve, ex officio, as

members of the commission.

(2) The commission shall invite request the secretary of agriculture

of United States of America to appoint one person and the Kansas state

board secretary of the Kansas department of agriculture to appoint one

person, each of whom shall be residents of the state of Kansas to serve

with the above-mentioned members as a member as members of the

commission. These members shall hold office for four years and until a

successor is appointed and qualifies, with terms commencing on the sec-

ond Monday in January beginning in 1973.

(3) Five members of the state commission shall be elected by the

conservation district supervisors at a time and place to be designated by

the state conservation commission. The method of electing such members

to be conducted as follows: The state is to be divided into five (5) separate

areas. Area No. I to include the following counties: Cheyenne, Rawlins,

Decatur, Norton, Phillips, Smith, Osborne, Rooks, Graham, Sheridan,

Thomas, Sherman, Wallace, Logan, Gove, Trego, Ellis and Russell. Area

No. II to include: Greeley, Wichita, Scott, Lane, Ness, Rush, Pawnee,

Hodgeman, Finney, Kearny, Hamilton, Edwards, Ford, Gray, Haskell,

Grant, Stanton, Morton, Stevens, Seward, Meade, Clark, Comanche and

Kiowa. Area No. III to include: Jewell, Republic, Mitchell, Cloud, Lin-

coln, Ottawa, Ellsworth, Saline, Rice, McPherson, Reno, Harvey, King-

man, Sedgwick, Sumner, Harper, Barber, Pratt, Barton and Stafford. Area

No. IV to include: Washington, Marshall, Nemaha, Brown, Doniphan,

Clay, Riley, Pottawatomie, Jackson, Atchison, Jefferson, Leavenworth,

Wyandotte, Johnson, Douglas, Shawnee, Wabaunsee, Geary, Dickinson,

Morris, Osage, Franklin and Miami. Area No. V to include: Marion,

Chase, Lyon, Coffey, Anderson, Linn, Bourbon, Allen, Woodson, Green-

wood, Butler, Elk, Wilson, Neosho, Crawford, Cowley, Chautauqua,

Montgomery, Labette and Cherokee. Areas II and IV will elect in even

number years and Areas I, III and V shall elect in odd number years for

two year terms. The elected commission members from Areas I, III and

V shall take office on January 1, of the even number years. The remaining

two elected members of the state commission from Areas II and IV shall

take office on January 1, of the odd number years. The method of election

is to be by area caucus of the district supervisors of each of the five

separate areas of Kansas. The commission shall give each district notice

of the time and place of such annual election meeting by letter if a mem-

ber is to be elected to the commission from that area that year. The

selection of a successor to fill an unexpired term shall be by appointment

by the commission. The successor who is appointed to fill the unexpired

term shall be a resident of the same area as that of the predecessor.

(b) The commission shall keep a record of its official actions, shall

adopt a seal which seal shall be judicially noticed, and may perform such

acts, hold such public hearings and adopt rules and regulations necessary

for the execution of its functions under this act.

(b) (c) The state conservation commission may employ an adminis-

trative officer and such technical experts as it may require and shall de-

termine their qualifications and duties. Such officer and experts shall be

in the unclassified service of the Kansas civil service act and shall receive

annual salaries fixed by the commission and approved by the state finance

council. All other agents and employees, permanent or temporary, re-

quired by the state conservation commission, shall be within the classified

service of the Kansas civil service act. The commission may call upon the

attorney general of the state for such legal services as it may require. It

shall have authority to delegate to its chairperson, to one or more of its

members or to one or more agents or employees, such powers and duties

as it deems proper. It shall be supplied with suitable office accommo-

dations at the state capital, and shall be furnished with the necessary

supplies and equipment. Upon request of the commission, for the pur-

pose of carrying out any of its functions, the supervising officer of any

state agency or of any state institution of learning, insofar as may be

possible under available appropriations and having due regard to the

needs of the agency to which the request is directed, shall assign or detail

to the commission members of the staff or personnel of such agency or

institution of learning and make such special reports, surveys or studies

as the commission may request.

(c) (d) The commission shall designate its chairperson and, from time

to time, may change such designation. A majority of the commission shall

constitute a quorum, and the concurrence of a majority in any matter

within their duties shall be required for its determination. Members of

the state conservation commission attending meetings of such commis-

sion or attending a subcommittee meeting thereof authorized by such

commission shall be paid compensation, subsistence allowances, mileage

and other expenses as provided in K.S.A. 75-3223, and amendments

thereto. The commission shall provide for keeping of a full and accurate

record of all proceedings and of all resolutions, regulations and orders

issued or adopted.

(d) (e) In addition to the duties and powers hereinafter conferred

upon the state conservation commission, it shall have the following duties

and powers:

(1) To offer such assistance as may be appropriate to the supervisors

of conservation districts, organized as provided hereinafter, in the carry-

ing out of any of their powers and programs;

(2) to keep the supervisors of each of the several districts organized

under the provisions of this act informed of the activities and experience

of all other districts organized hereunder and to facilitate an interchange

of advice and experience between such districts and cooperation between

them;

(3) to coordinate the programs of the several conservation districts

organized hereunder;

(4) to secure the cooperation and assistance of the United States and

any of its agencies and of agencies of this state, in the work of such districts

and to contract with or to accept donations, grants, gifts and contributions

in money, services or otherwise from the United States or any of its agen-

cies or from the state or any of its agencies in order to carry out the

purposes of this act;

(5) to disseminate information throughout the state concerning the

activities and programs of the conservation districts organized hereunder

and to encourage the formation of such districts in areas where their

organization is desirable;

(6) to cooperate with and give assistance to watershed districts and

other special purpose districts in the state of Kansas for the purpose of

cooperating with the United States through the secretary of agriculture

in the furtherance of conservation pursuant to the provisions of the wa-

tershed protection and flood prevention act, as amended;

(7) to cooperate in and carry out, in accordance with state policies,

activities and programs to conserve and develop the water resources of

the state and maintain and improve the quality of such water resources;

(8) to enlist the cooperation and collaboration of state, federal, re-

gional, interstate, local, public and private agencies with the conservation

districts; and

(9) to facilitate arrangements under which conservation districts may

serve county governing bodies and other agencies as their local operating

agencies in the administration of any activity concerned with the conser-

vation of natural resources.

(e) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the state conservation commission and the commission

is subject to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 4. K.S.A. 32-801 is hereby amended to read as follows: 32-801.

(a) In order to reorganize the administration, planning and regulation of

the state's parks, wildlife and other natural resources, there is hereby

established within the executive branch of government the Kansas de-

partment of wildlife and parks, which shall be administered under the

direction and supervision of a secretary of wildlife and parks who shall be

appointed by the governor, with the consent of the senate as provided in

K.S.A. 75-4315b and amendments thereto.

(b) The secretary shall be fully qualified by education, training and

experience in wildlife, parks or natural resources, or a related field, and

shall have a demonstrated executive and administrative ability to dis-

charge the duties of the office of secretary. The secretary shall serve at

the pleasure of the governor. The secretary shall be in the unclassified

service under the Kansas civil service act and shall receive an annual salary

to be fixed by the governor.

(c) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of wildlife and parks and the

Kansas department of wildlife and parks, and the office and department

are is subject to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 5. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 74-560 is hereby amended to read as fol-

lows: 74-560. (a) On and after the effective date of this act, in order to

reorganize the administration, planning and regulation of the state's ag-

riculture industry there is hereby established within the executive branch

of government the Kansas department of agriculture, which shall be ad-

ministered under the direction and supervision of a secretary of agricul-

ture.

(b) The state board of agriculture, established pursuant to K.S.A.

2000 Supp. 74-562, shall nominate three individuals to the governor for

the appointment as secretary of agriculture. The governor either shall

select and appoint a person nominated to be secretary or shall reject the

nominations and request the board to nominate three new individuals for

the appointment as secretary. Upon receipt of any such request for the

nomination of three new individuals, the board shall nominate three new

individuals for the appointment as secretary in the same manner. The

nominees shall have a demonstrated executive and administrative ability

to discharge the duties of the office of secretary. Every appointed sec-

retary of agriculture shall be appointed subject to confirmation by the

senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto. The

secretary shall be a member of the governor's cabinet. The secretary shall

serve at the pleasure of the governor. The secretary shall be in the un-

classified service under the Kansas civil service act and shall receive an

annual salary to be fixed by the governor. The acting secretary of agri-

culture who is serving as the secretary on the effective date of this act

shall be the secretary of agriculture as established by this act, shall serve

at the pleasure of the governor and shall be subject to confirmation by

the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto. Any

action of the Senate taken prior to the effective date of this act which

confirms an individual as the secretary of agriculture is hereby validated

and shall constitute confirmation by the Senate of such individual as sec-

retary of agriculture under this section.

(c) The secretary shall organize an annual public informational meet-

ing. The meeting shall take place in each congressional district on a ro-

tating basis.

(d) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of agriculture and the Kansas

department of agriculture, and the office and department are is subject

to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 6. K.S.A. 74-2613 is hereby amended to read as follows: 74-

2613. (a) There is hereby established within the executive branch of gov-

ernment the Kansas water office, which shall be administered under the

direction and supervision of the director of the Kansas water office. The

director of the Kansas water office shall be appointed by the governor,

subject to confirmation by the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and

amendments thereto. Except as otherwise provided by this section, the

director of the Kansas water office shall be in the unclassified service

under the Kansas civil service act, shall serve at the pleasure of the gov-

ernor and shall receive an annual salary fixed by the governor. The pro-

vision of this act shall not affect the term of office of the director of the

Kansas water office serving in such office on the day preceding the ef-

fective date of this act and such term of office shall expire on June 30,

1988, in accordance with the provisions of this section prior to amend-

ment by this act.

(b) All budgeting, purchasing and related management functions of

the Kansas water office shall be administered under the direction and

supervision of the director of the Kansas water office.

(c) All vouchers for expenditures from appropriations to or for the

Kansas water office shall be approved by the director of the Kansas water

office or a person or persons designated by the director for such purpose.

(d) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of director of the Kansas water office and

the Kansas water office, and the offices are office is subject to audit,

review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 7. K.S.A. 74-5002f is hereby amended to read as follows: 74-

5002f. (a) In order to reorganize the administration and planning of hous-

ing related issues within the state, there is hereby established the de-

partment of commerce and housing, the head of which shall be the

secretary of commerce and housing. The secretary of commerce and

housing shall be appointed by the governor. When the governor appoints

a secretary of commerce and housing that is an individual other than the

individual that was confirmed by the senate in 1990 as secretary of com-

merce, the secretary of commerce and housing shall be subject to con-

firmation by the senate pursuant to K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments

thereto. The secretary shall be in the unclassified service under the Kan-

sas civil service act.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations law apply

to the department and the department is subject to audit, review and

evaluation under such law.

Sec. 8. K.S.A. 75-3702a is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

3702a. (a) There is hereby created a department of administration, the

head of which shall be the secretary of administration. The governor shall

appoint the secretary of administration, subject to confirmation by the

senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto. The

secretary of administration shall serve at the pleasure of the governor.

The department of administration shall be administered under the direc-

tion and supervision of the secretary of administration. The secretary of

administration shall receive an annual salary fixed by the governor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of administration and the de-

partment of administration, and the office and department are is subject

to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 9. K.S.A. 75-4503 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

4503. (a) There is hereby created the capitol area security patrol which

shall be under the supervision and management of the superintendent of

the highway patrol.

(b) Members of the capitol area security patrol shall have the powers

and authority of peace, police and law enforcement officers while wearing

the prescribed badge of office and while on duty in Shawnee county,

Kansas.

(c) All persons arrested by a member of the capitol area security

patrol shall be turned over to the Shawnee county department of correc-

tions to be dealt with in the same manner as other persons turned over

to such department, except in cases of violation of the ordinances of the

city of Topeka, any such person may be turned over to the police de-

partment of the city of Topeka to be dealt with by it in the same manner

as other persons arrested by police officers of the Topeka police depart-

ment.

(d) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the capitol area security patrol and the patrol is subject

to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 10. K.S.A. 75-5001 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5001. (a) In order to coordinate the planning, development and operation

of the various modes and systems of transportation within this state, there

is hereby established a department of transportation, which shall be ad-

ministered under the direction and supervision of the secretary of trans-

portation. The secretary of transportation shall be appointed by the gov-

ernor, subject to confirmation by the senate as provided in K.S.A.

75-4315b, and amendments thereto, and shall serve at the pleasure of the

governor. The secretary shall receive an annual salary fixed by the gov-

ernor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of transportation and the de-

partment of transportation, and the office and department are is subject

to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 11. K.S.A. 75-5101 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5101. (a) There is hereby created a department of revenue, the head of

which shall be the secretary of revenue. The governor shall appoint the

secretary of revenue, subject to confirmation by the senate as provided

in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto, and the secretary shall

serve at the pleasure of the governor. The department of revenue created

by this act shall be administered under the direction and supervision of

the secretary of revenue. The secretary of revenue shall receive an annual

salary fixed by the governor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of revenue and the department

of revenue, and the office and department are is subject to audit, review

and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 12. K.S.A. 75-5203 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5203. (a) There is hereby established the department of corrections, the

chief executive officer of which shall be the secretary of corrections. The

secretary shall be appointed by the governor, subject to confirmation by

the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto, and

shall serve at the pleasure of the governor. In case of a vacancy in the

office of secretary, the governor shall appoint a successor in the manner

that the original appointment was made. The secretary shall receive an

annual salary fixed by the governor, which shall be payable in equal

monthly installments. In addition, the secretary shall be entitled to receive

actual and necessary traveling and subsistence expenses incurred in the

performance of the secretary's official duties.

(b) Except as provided by subsection (c), no person shall be eligible

for appointment to, or hold the position of, secretary of corrections unless

such person:

(1) Has had at least five years' experience in the field of corrections

or as an executive officer in the administration of federal or state penal

or correctional institutions; or

(2) (A) has had at least three years' experience in the field of correc-

tions or as an executive officer in the administration of federal or state

penal or correctional institutions; and (B) has a degree from an accredited

college or university, which degree is based on penology or a related field

as a major of study; or

(3) (A) has had at least five years' experience as a federal, appellate

or district judge or federal, district or county prosecutor, five years' ex-

perience in military administration or administration of a criminal justice

agency or five years' administrative experience treating criminal offenders

through programs involving penal custody, parole, probation and sen-

tencing; (B) has a degree from an accredited college or university, which

degree is in a social or behavioral science, penology, corrections, criminal

justice, police science, criminology, public administration, local correc-

tions programs or a related field; and (C) has demonstrated administrative

ability and leadership.

(c) If the governor is unable to appoint a person as secretary who

possesses the qualifications required by subsection (b), the governor may

appoint a person without such qualifications as acting secretary, who shall

be subject to confirmation by the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b,

and amendments thereto, and shall serve at the pleasure of the governor.

(d) Before entering upon the duties of the office, the secretary shall

take and subscribe an oath to faithfully and honestly discharge the duties

of the office to the best of the secretary's knowledge and ability.

(e) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of corrections and the depart-

ment of corrections, and the office and department are is subject to audit,

review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 13. K.S.A. 75-5301 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5301. (a) There is hereby created a department of social and rehabilitation

services, the head of which shall be the secretary of social and rehabili-

tation services. The governor shall appoint the secretary of social and

rehabilitation services, subject to confirmation by the senate as provided

in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto, and the secretary shall

serve at the pleasure of the governor. The department of social and re-

habilitation services created by this order shall be administered under the

direction and supervision of the secretary of social and rehabilitation serv-

ices. The secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall receive an

annual salary fixed by the governor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of the secretary of social and rehabilitation

services and the department of social and rehabilitation services, and the

office and department are is subject to audit, review and evaluation under

such law.

Sec. 14. K.S.A. 75-5601 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5601. (a) There is hereby created a department of health and environ-

ment, the head of which shall be the secretary of health and environment,

which office is hereby created. The governor shall appoint the secretary

of health and environment, subject to confirmation by the senate as pro-

vided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and amendments thereto, and the secretary

shall serve at the pleasure of the governor. The department of health and

environment shall consist of the division of health and the division of

environment. The secretary of health and environment shall receive an

annual salary fixed by the governor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of health and environment and

the department of health and environment, and the office and depart-

ment are is subject to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 15. K.S.A. 75-5701 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5701. (a) There is hereby established a department of human resources.

The department shall be administered under the direction and supervi-

sion of the secretary of human resources who shall be appointed by the

governor, subject to confirmation by the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-

4315b, and amendments thereto, and who shall serve at the pleasure of

the governor. The secretary shall be in the unclassified service under the

Kansas civil service act and shall receive an annual salary fixed by the

governor.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of human resources and the

department of human resources, and the office and department are is

subject to audit, review and evaluation under such law.

Sec. 16. K.S.A. 75-5903 is hereby amended to read as follows: 75-

5903. (a) There is hereby created a department on aging. The department

on aging shall be administered under the direction and supervision of the

secretary of aging. The secretary shall be appointed by the governor,

subject to confirmation by the senate as provided in K.S.A. 75-4315b, and

amendments thereto, and shall serve at the pleasure of the governor. In

appointing the secretary, the governor shall consider, but is not limited

to, persons suggested by the council and persons with responsible ad-

ministrative experience in the field of gerontology. The secretary shall be

in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act and shall

receive an annual salary fixed by the governor.

The department on aging shall be the single state agency for receiving

and disbursing federal funds made available under the federal older

Americans act (public law 89-73) and any amendments thereto or other

federal programs for the aging.

(b) The provisions of the Kansas governmental operations accounta-

bility law apply to the office of secretary of aging and the department on

aging, and the office and department are is subject to audit, review and

evaluation under such law.

Sec. 17. K.S.A. 32-801, 74-2613, 74-5002f, 74-6502, 75-3702a, 75-

4503, 75-5001, 75-5101, 75-5203, 75-5301, 75-5601, 75-5701 and 75-5903

and K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 2-1904, 74-560 and 74-5202 are hereby repealed.

Sec. 18. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its

publication in the Kansas register.

Approved April 3, 2000.

Published in the Kansas Register April 12, 2000.


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Date Composed: 09/25/2001 Date Modified: 09/25/2001