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125083

Petition of Derek Schmidt, attorney general, to determine validity of Substitute for Senate Bill 563 provisions reapportioning state legislative districts

In the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas

No. 125083

Petition of Derek Schmidt, Attorney General, to Determine Validity of Substitute for Senate Bill 563 Provisions Reapportioning State Legislative Districts
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Documents

Supreme Court opinion (full)
Supreme Court opinion
Petitioner’s Response to the Statements of Interested Parties
Oral Argument Scheduling Order
Brief of Petitioner in Response to Brief of Intervenor Senator Thomas Holland
Entry of Appearance by Mark Johnson as Counsel for Intervenor, Sen. Thomas Holland
Brief of Intervenor, Senator Holland
Order granting the Motion to Intervene filed by Senator Thomas Holland
Motion to Intervene with the Brief of Intervenor
Entry of appearance of attorney Mark Johnson for the Intervenor Senator Thomas Holland
Clarifying Order
Scheduling Order
Exhibit C (House districts) to Attorney General's Memorandum in Support of Petition to Determine the Validity of Substitute for Senate Bill 563 Provisions Reapportioning State Legislative Districts
Exhibit B (Senate districts) to Attorney General's Memorandum in Support of Petition to Determine the Validity of Substitute for Senate Bill 563 Provisions Reapportioning State Legislative Districts
Attorney General's Memorandum in Support of Petition to Determine the Validity of Substitute for Seante Bill 563 Provisions Reapportioning State Legislative Districts
Attorney General's Petition to Determine the Validity of Substitute for Senate Bill 563 Provisions Reapportioning State Legislative Districts

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