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About Johnson County, Kansas
The first county in Kansas, Johnson County is Kansas’s largest county as well as the fastest growing. It has been dubbed the Orange County of the Midwest due to the large influx of wealthy residents, including several prominent Wichita lawyers, and sprawling housing developments popping up across the county.
In the News: Gay marriage is currently legal everywhere in Kansas except for Johnson County. In early November 2014, a Kansas Supreme Court ruling lifted the ban on same-sex marriages. However, a lawsuit previously pending in Johnson County has forced the ban to remain in affect in the county. The Kansas ACLU plans on fighting the remaining ban, while Governor Sam Brownback will fight the Supreme Court ruling?@and defend the state’s overall ban on same-sex marriage.
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