One might think the end of her first legislative session as Kansas governor would give Laura Kelly some relief.
Oh, not much, she said. Weve been extraordinarily busy.
With lawmakers out of town until January, the governor has been rounding out her cabinet, appointing permanent replacements to lead the departments of administration and corrections, for instance. But Kelly says there are still probably literally thousands of other appointments to boards and commissions that have to be done, many of which were left neglected for years.
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