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Group Seeks Repeal of Kansas Sodomy Law

Group Seeks Repeal of Kansas Sodomy Law


A gay rights group called the Kansas Equality Coalition is appealing to legislators to remove an unenforced sodomy law from the state's books.

According to the Associated Press, the law -- which makes it a crime for consenting adults of the same gender to engage in sexual activity -- was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2003.

The Kansas coalition is seeking to have the law repealed by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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