(WICHITA, Kan.) — He is looking for outdated laws and regulations, and Wednesday the man known as "the repealer" took his tour to Wichita.
Dennis Taylor is the Kansas Secretary of Administration. He heads up a new office created by Governor Sam Brownback called the "office of the repealer". The Republican governor created the office to find unnecessary or outdated laws on the books.
Taylor has been going to cities across Kansas to get input from citizens, groups and businesses on what they find burdensome in state law. Taylor says he has heard about laws in just about every area of government.
"Telecommunications, some environmental regulations, some related to fees and inspections of one form or another. We've had quite the gamut, really," said Taylor.