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  1. Attorney General Opinion No. (1993)

    As county attorney you request our opinion regarding K.S.A. 74-7001 etseq. which require licensure for the technical professions (architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, land surveying) and application of the statutes to county officers and employees who may fall within the scope of the activities that require licensure. You indicate that the board of technical professions, which is charged with administering the act, is requiring that counties use the services of a licensed [...]

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  2. Attorney General Opinion No. (1998)

    As special counsel for the City of Wichita, you request our opinion regarding the countywide retailers' sales tax apportionment formula at K.S.A. 1997 Supp. 12-192(a)(1). Evidently, there is a dispute between the City and Sedgwick County concerning the inclusion in the apportionment formula of a 1987 countywide tax for the benefit of Wichita State University (WSU). K.S.A. 1997 Supp. 12-192(a)(1) establishes the formula to determine how countywide retailers' sales tax proceeds are apportioned [...]

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  3. Attorney General Opinion No. (1998)

    As State Treasurer you request our opinion on whether the Director of Investments of the Pooled Money Investment Board ("PMIB") is authorized to invest eligible state moneys in tri-party repurchase agreements under K.S.A. 75-4209 and any rules or regulations governing these investments.


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  4. Attorney General Opinion No. (1997)

    You each request our opinion concerning whether K.S.A. 13-2903 disqualifies the Director of the Leavenworth Parks and Recreation Department from holding that office because his daughter is married to the son of a city commissioner. K.S.A. 13-2903 provides, as follows:


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  5. Attorney General Opinion No. (1996)

    You request our opinion regarding whether an executive session may be used by a body subject to the Kansas open meetings act, K.S.A.75-4317 (KOMA), to discuss an applicant or prospective employee.


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  6. Attorney General Opinion No. (2007)

    You request that we review Attorney General Opinion No. 80-52 and address its applicability to the issue of whether liquor licenses or temporary permits are required by sponsors of events for which attendees typically must purchase a ticket or pay an entry fee or cover charge to gain admission, and then may consume alcoholic beverages once inside the event facility. You provide two different scenarios for our consideration and suggest the answer differs in each.


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  7. Attorney General Opinion No. (2011)

    You inquire whether a patron using an electronic cigarette inside a public building is "smoking" within the meaning of the Kansas Indoor Clean Air Act1 ("the Act"). The Act provides:


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  8. Attorney General Opinion No. (1994)

    You request our opinion regarding the lottery amendment, article 15, section 3c of the Kansas constitution. You state that as a result of the Kansas Supreme Court's recent decision in State, ex rel. Stephan v.Finney, Docket No. 69,616 (Jan. 27 1994), the legislative committee you chair will begin considering a number of casino gaming proposals. Essentially you seek guidance in defining the phrase "state-owned and operated," as it is used in the constitutional provision. Specifically your [...]

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  9. Attorney General Opinion No. (2009)

    As Reno County District Attorney, you ask whether 2009 Senate Bill 19 (now L. 2009, ch. 92) authorizes prosecutors in this state to carry a concealed weapon to the same extent as a Kansas law enforcement officer, provided such prosecutor is in compliance with section 4 of 2009 Senate Bill 19 (now section 4 of L. 2009, ch. 92). Rather than compare the authority of prosecutors with that of law enforcement officers, this opinion will simply address the limitations, if any, of a prosecutor's [...]

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  10. Attorney General Opinion No. (1995)

    As administrator of the Kansas state department of credit unions you ask our opinion regarding whether a Kansas chartered credit union may convert into or merge with another type of financial institution.


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  11. Attorney General Opinion No. (1999)

    As Wilson County Attorney, you request our opinion regarding the validity of a nomination petition filed by a potential candidate for member of a board of education. Specifically, you ask whether any elector residing within a unified school district which utilizes voting plan-B may sign a nomination petition for a person seeking to become a candidate for a member district position on the board of education even though the elector and the potential candidate do not reside in the same member [...]

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  12. Attorney General Opinion No. (2001)

    As Secretary of Agriculture you ask whether K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 2-3002, which articulates the process for having a candidate's name placed on the ballot for a grain commodity commissioner, permits write-in candidates. Subsection (b)(3) of K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 2-3002 provides:


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  13. Attorney General Opinion No. (1994)

    As representative for the seventy-ninth district, you request our opinion regarding the residency requirements applicable to a member of a board of trustees for a community college elected as an at-large member of the board.


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  14. Attorney General Opinion No. (1995)

    As representative for the forty-second district, you request our opinion regarding whether a unified school district may assess varying charges for use of school facilities by individuals and organizations. You present the policy of unified school district no. 458 (USD 458) as an example.


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  15. Attorney General Opinion No. (2011)

    As Secretary of the Kansas Home Inspector Registration Board (HIRB), you ask whether K.S.A. 2010 Supp. 58-4505(a)(4)(B) prohibits home inspectors from offering a referral fee to realtors or clients who refer business to the inspector. This statute states in relevant part:


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  16. Attorney General Opinion No. (2000)

    As Chairman of the Senate Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance, you request our opinion on whether local public officials may solicit, through requests for proposals, both banks with Kansas charters and banks with only a branch within the local unit of government to handle the active financial needs of the local unit. Additionally, you ask whether the local official would have acted in good faith if he or she designated as a "depository" a bank which had no main office in Kansas.

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  17. Attorney General Opinion No. (1993)

    On behalf of the director of the division of alcoholic beverage control (ABC) in the department of revenue, you request our opinion regarding the authority of a city to "adopt and enforce it's own body of ordinances directly impacting establishments licensed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division." You are particularly concerned about a city's ability to require procurement of a city license in addition to the license issued by the ABC.


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  18. Attorney General Opinion No. (1997)

    I. Does the Board of County Commissioners have authority to erect stop signs and intersection ahead signs at the intersection of two township roads, when the Township Board has refused to erect and maintain the signs?


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  19. Attorney General Opinion No. (1996)

    As president and on behalf of the board of directors for the Oaklawn improvement district, you request our opinion regarding whether two persons who are related as mother and daughter may concurrently serve as members of the board of directors of the Oaklawn improvement district.


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  20. Attorney General Opinion No. (2001)

    As a follow-up to Attorney General Opinion No. 2001-7, you inquire how the Secretary for Housing and Urban Development (HUD) determines whether a local government receiving federal assistance as a designated empowerment zone/enterprise community (EZ/EC) is in compliance with federal regulations to enable low income families within the zone to become self-sufficient.


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