Republican politician who was simply the Lawyer General of Kansas from 2003 to 2007. His rules permit was suspended in 2013 following the Kansas Supreme Courtroom found that he previously dedicated 11 violations of carry out guidelines while he was Lawyer General He offered in the Kansas Home of Reps from 1992 to 2000. He was embroiled in controversy when, while looking into feasible late-term abortion suppliers in his condition, he was accused of illegally being able to access medical information. He wedded Deborah Kline and got a daughter who was simply delivered in 1992. He went for a chair in the U.S. Home of Reps in 2000, but dropped to incumbent Dennis Moore.