In 2014 Governor Sam Brownback established the Kansas Induced Seismicity State Task Force to investigate the increased number of earthquakes being reported in Kansas, primarily in Harper and Sumner County. The Task Force met six times and developed a Seismic Action Plan.
Information on this Task Force is available at the Kansas Corporation Commission's website:
The State Library of Kansas has also collected some material on this subject which can be found here:
About the Kansas Induced Seismicity State Task Force 
Kansas Seismic Action Plan 
Cover letter from the Kansas Induced Seismicity State Task Force to Governor Sam Brownback regarding the release of the State Action Plan for Induced Seismicity 
Response to Comments: Kansas Induced Seismicity Action Plan 
Response to Comments, Second Draft: Kansas Induced Seismicity Action Plan 
Induced seismicity : the potential for triggered earthquakes in Kansas 
Material Collected From the Induced Seismicity State Task Force Meeting, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, Newman University, Wichita, Kansas
The KGI Online Library also has a document issued by the City of Wichita on damage in that city during an earthquake which occurred in south central Kansas on January 6, 2016:
Earthquake incident report : event: January 6, 2016
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