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I keep seeing cars with license plate holders that cover up the name of the state. Are these legal?

According to John Eichkorn, spokesman for the Kansas Highway Patrol, license plates are to be "clearly visible" and "free of foreign matter." If a license plate holder covers up the name of the state, the driver can be cited.

You didn't ask, but some drivers have added KU Jayhawk and KSU Wildcat stickers to their plates. These, too, are illegal, Eichkorn said.

Q: What is the salary of the new director for the "T" and is it paid from tax dollars?

A: Karin Rexroad, public transit administrator, said her salary is $50,362 per year. The cost is split between local tax dollars and federal dollars.


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