(a) The secretary of state may supplement publication of legal notice of proposed
constitutional amendments by radio and television broadcast as provided under K.S.A. 64-110, at such times and with such frequency as determined suitable by the secretary of
state during the week immediately preceding the election at which the proposition
is to be submitted.
(b) Failure to broadcast notices provided for in subsection (a) at any station or
in a particular geographic location of the state, shall in no way affect the validity
of such notice or legal advertisement and shall not subject any such notice or advertisement
to legal attack upon such grounds.
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