National Affairs: In Kansas

For two months past while Congressmen talked in Washington, staged filibusters and many a fistibout, legislators were active in less-known legislative halls throughout the 48 states. And none more so than Kansas, for they passed a bill repealing the anti-cigaret law (TIME, Jan. 31), a law prohibiting marriage for the physically unfit and a bill repealing the blue law against Sunday movies. Last week the session came to an unexpected climax as legislators stirred drowsily in their seats in the Kansas senate chamber, waiting the noon recess. One Edgar Bennett, State Senator, rose, called...

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