Welcome to the Office of the Repealer
History and Process
The Office of Repealer was established in January 2011 by Executive Order 11-01 issued by Governor Sam Brownback. The Office accepts suggestions for repeal of statutes, regulations, and executive orders received from citizens, businesses, and government agencies. Following review of suggestions, the Office may make recommendations for repeal to the Governor. Following review of the recommendations of the Office of Repealer, the Governor may repeal executive orders and propose repeal of statutes and regulations to the Kansas Legislature.
During 2011 the Office received 506 suggestions through the Office of Repealer website. In addition the Office conducted 26 meetings in 24 cities throughout the State of Kansas during October and November attended by more than 250 citizens and representatives of businesses and organizations. The Office made 51 recommendations to the Governor on January 20, 2012, the Governor will propose repeal of statutes and regulations to the Kansas Legislature early in the 2012 session.
Submit a Suggestion and Contact Information
The Office of Repealer may be contacted through this website or by mail at the Office of the Secretary, Kansas Department of Administration, 1000 S.W. Jackson Street, Topeka, Kansas 66612.
The following is a list of the statutes regulations, and executive orders suggested for repeal to the Office Repealer during 2011.
Clicking on the links below will take you directly to the appropriate statute text. Information on the KAR's identified below can to found on the Secretary of State's website.
Read more information on recommendations suggested for repeal.
Submit Your Suggestion For Repeal