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“The Kansas Legislature” Debuts Friday

Smoky Hills Public TelevisionJanuary 24, 2019

Smoky Hills Public Television’s local program, The Kansas Legislature, will kick off this Friday, January 25th at 7:00 pm hosted by Michael Walker, Director of the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University.  State Representatives Troy Waymaster of the 109th District and Ken Rahjes of the 110th District will be our guests this Friday.


The show airs during the legislative session, which gives the legislators and viewers the opportunity to discuss up-to-date issues.  For each show, legislators from the SHPTV viewing area are invited to participate in the LIVE call-in program. 


“Smoky Hills Public Television has been airing this production for approximately 35 years,” said Larry Calvery, Smoky Hills Public Television General Manager.  “We bring local state representatives and senators to our studio in Bunker Hill, where we give our viewers a chance to get their legislative questions answered.  The Kansas Legislature is another great local production we bring to our viewers each year!” 


The Kansas Legislator will air on Fridays at 7pm.  

To find a list of legislatures that might be on the show each week, go to where you will find the 2019 season schedule.


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