Women who served in the Kansas Legislature during the 1990s were interviewed for a Washburn University oral history project while they were in office; some of them were reinterviewed some 20 years later by the Kansas Oral History Project.

Many of the interviewees served in other elected and appointed offices after their tenure in the legislature.  Looking back on their time in the legislature, the interviewees did not report experiencing overt gender discrimination while serving in the Legislature but described challenges.

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