By now, we should all know the story of the Kansas Environmental Protection Department (KED) — and that is that it is failing its voters.
But before you do, here is a brief primer on what it is and what it isn’t.KED is one of the most toxic and incompetent government agencies in the country.
Its history is a long one, stretching back decades.
It is the oldest state agency that is responsible for protecting public health and the environment.
It was created in 1972 by the Republican Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback.
As you know, Brownback had been the architect of the “War on Poverty” and its disastrous, failed, and catastrophic economic policies.
He was also the governor of one of America’s worst-run states.
Ked has since been under Republican control for nearly eight years, and Brownback has become its most vocal critic.
It has repeatedly shown its disdain for the public, and for the democratic process.
Kurdish activists, environmental groups, and others have been pushing for reforms in the agency, which is funded largely by oil and gas companies and is run by Republican appointees.
The agency’s chief, Mary Hargrove, has refused to resign.
Brownback and Kargel, his chief of staff, are under fire for their actions.
Kargel is a self-described conservative who has repeatedly made racist comments.
She was also a member of Brownback’s transition team.
The appointment of Hargreaves to lead KED was a major coup for the governor, as Hargreeves was an opponent of the Keystone XL pipeline and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
In fact, Kargelais comments have been so damaging to her and her administration that the Department of Labor sued to stop her from being paid for her work.KAD also has a history of corruption and incompetence.
The Kansas Supreme Court recently upheld a 2014 ruling that declared that the agency is unconstitutional.
In this case, the court upheld the constitutionality of the agency because the decision was based on the state constitution.
In other words, it was not a court case about whether the constitution was a “free exercise” of the right to express one’s views.
The court held that the state supreme court did not have the authority to make such a decision.KID is also an agency that has engaged in racial profiling.
It had engaged in this type of racial profiling in the past.
As Breitbart News reported in March, a group of activists filed a lawsuit in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas, challenging the state’s racial profiling of Latinos.
The activists say that the KID had used its “investigatory powers” to track down people and arrest them for the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol.
In 2015, the ACLU and others sued KID, and a judge granted the injunction.
In 2016, a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction.
In 2017, the Supreme Court ruled that the Kansas legislature had the power to stop the state from using its investigatory powers to target Latinos.
But that decision was appealed by Kargels lawyers, who argued that it was unconstitutional.
The ACLU, meanwhile, argued that KID should be allowed to continue to use investigatory power.
But this case is now before the U.S. Supreme Court, which will determine whether the state legislature has the power under the constitution to stop KID from using investigatory authority to target Latino drivers.
In short, KID has been a major contributor to the growing number of legal challenges to KUD’s investigations of Latinos driving under a certain amount of alcohol, particularly because the state is not required to provide drivers with roadside sobriety tests, which require drivers to report to a police officer the amount of intoxication they are actually under.
The agency also has been under investigation for its response to the deadly chemical leak at the ExxonMobil refinery in West, Texas.
The KUD has had a history with the spill, which spilled into a well-used area and killed a dozen people.
The chemical leak was the first of its kind in the United States, and the KUD had been investigating the leak for nearly two years before the spill.
The KED has also faced criticism for its role in the “Black Lives Matter” movement, which was largely a reaction to the killing of unarmed black men by police officers.
It created a Black Lives Matter Task Force to investigate the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
As The New York Times reported in August, the KPD was accused of conducting a “racial profile” of Scott’s killing.
The task force was headed by a white officer, and it was led by a woman.
Kargell said in 2016 that the task force had “zero involvement” in the killing.
In 2015, a black man died after he was shot by police in Oklahoma.
The police chief was fired after an internal investigation revealed that the police chief had been part of a “white