History and Process
The Office of the Repealer was established in January 2011 by Executive Order 11-01 issued by Governor Sam Brownback. The Office accepts suggestions for the repeal of statutes, regulations, and executive orders received from citizens, businesses, and government agencies. Following a review of the suggestions, the Office may make recommendations for repeal to the Governor. Following of the recommendations by the Office of the Repealer, the Governor may repeal executive orders and propose the repeal of statutes and regulations to the Kansas Legislature.
The Office of the 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.
Kansas Administrative Regulations are available through the Secretary of State's website
Kansas Statutes Annotated are available through the Kansas Legislature's website
Reporting Waste, Fraud, or Abuse
To report allegations of waste, fraud, abuse, or other misconduct in State government, you may file a complaint with the Office of the Repealer through this website
or by mail to the address specified above.