Kansas House Bill 2116, introduced in 2013, died in committee on May 30, 2014. The Bill mentioned in this blog post in February last year read in part:
Honestly I am not 100% sure what this section of the bill was meant to enable except that it appears that it would have given local law enforcement agencies the more authority to serve garnishments and levies by electronic means.
It is worth noting that service by first class mail, facsimile and electronic mail of garnishments is already on the books in Kansas.
Perhaps a process server in Kansas that is familiar with the existing laws and statutes can shed some light on what the current practice is for this document type and exactly what this Bill would have done.
by jeff karotkin