Topeka — Kansans can now submit online suggestions for laws or regulations they want repealed.
Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday announced the launching of the new website for public submissions on unwanted laws. It's www.repealer.ks.gov.
Brownback earlier named Kansas Department of Administration Secretary Dennis Taylor as the state's repealer. Taylor said his office will run a cost-benefit analysis on each law or regulation submitted for review.
Laws picked for repeal will then be sent to the originating body.