CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF KANSAS - CORPORATIONS - CITIES' POWERS OF HOME RULE. Stephen J. Smith, Burlington City Attorney, Emporia, July 7, 1988.
Pursuant to Article 12, 5 of the Kansas Constitution and K.S.A 1987 Supp. 19-101a, Kansas cities and counties may use home rule power to issue general obligation bonds. The proceeds from sale of those bonds may be used to promote a valid public purpose. In specific instances, such private economic development. Cited herein: Kan. Const. Art 12, 5; K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 10-101 et seq.; K.S.A. 10-201; K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 10-427; 12-1257; K.S.A. 12-1302; 12-1740; 12-3801; K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 19-101a; 19-101c; 19-103; 19-1596;19-2801; 19-4101.
- Summary quoted from "Opinions of the Attorney General, Opinions of Robert T. Stephan, Attorney General", Volume XXII, State of Kansas, 1988.