Christopher McIntyre, a man battling terminal cancer was released from a Kansas prison Monday after corrections officials agreed his medical condition is so severe that he is not a threat to public safety. McIntyre is among 105 ACLU of Kansas clients who requested executive clemency.
With Gov. Laura Kelly's statewide emergency order set to expire March 31, the clock is ticking for Kansas courts.
COVID-19 vaccinations have begun in Kansas prisons, with 653 inmates at five different facilities receiving a first dose of the vaccine as of Wednesday, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections.
A judge has ruled that Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab must release the names of people who cast provisional ballots in the 2018 general election, including whether their votes were counted.
By Associated Press, Wire Service Content July 28, 2020