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Wrongful Conviction Could Break The Dotte

Unified Government warns investors of possible financial risk from upcoming McIntyre trial. Officials with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, have acknowledged that an ongoing federal grand jury investigation and a related civil lawsuit against it alleging widespread police corruption could result in significant financial problems. In a prospectus to prospective municipal bond investors, the Unified Government said that an unfavorable outcome in a lawsuit filed by a former Kansas City, Kansas, resident who was wrongfully convicted of a double-homicide in 1994 could have a "material adverse effect" on the Unified Government's finances and operations.
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'Voiceless' in Wyandotte County

Last week, the Kansas Supreme Court approved a Republican-drawn congressional map that makes it harder for Democratic Rep. Sharice Davids to hold her seat. One element of the map takes the northern half of Wyandotte County — roughly the part of Kansas City, Kansas, north of I-70 — and puts it in the 2nd Congressional District, which wraps around the rest of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties to include more rural and conservative areas.
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