Many Kansans view the legislative process as a disordered hodgepodge of events that somehow magically results in new rules for our society, enacted as "laws." In reality, however, the legislative process is finely controlled and dictated by law, rules, and tradition. While public policy issues and priorities have changed throughout Kansas' history as a state, the general provisions governing the creation of state laws have remained unaltered.
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