Good for the majority of the Sedgwick County Commission for passing a resolution Wednesday stating the commission’s official opposition to Senate Bill 109, which would criminalize the direct or indirect use of tax dollars to lobby the Legislature. People around the state might have been confused about where Sedgwick County stood, given County Commissioner Karl Peterjohn’s (in photo) testimony in support of the bill in a Senate hearing last week. The bill risks muting the voices of cities, counties, school districts, law enforcement authorities and others around the state whose expertise is vital to make good law.
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