Kansas Senate Overwhelmingly Supports Judicial Selection Reform

National Review Bench Memos: Great news out of Kansas. The Kansas senate overwhelmingly passed judicial selectionreforms on Wednesday. The constitutional amendment, required for the Kansas supreme court reforms, passed with a 28-12 vote, while the Senate Concurrent resolution, required for the Kansas Court of Appeals reforms, passed with a 29–10 vote, with one abstention. The Capital Journal has more . . .