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Latest Kris Kobach Items
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to review a local immigration ordinance that closely resembles the measure approved by voters in Fremont.
Kansas Republicans who loathe the federal health care overhaul have embraced a national movement aimed at helping states opt out of its requirements, but backers conceded Tuesday that the effort depends on a power shift in Congress.
A decision on whether states have a constitutional right to require proof-of-citizenship documentation for their residents who register to vote using a national form is now in the hands of a federal judge in a case with broad implications for voting rights.
A judge has rejected a claim that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has no legal authority to file a lawsuit seeking to force the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to modify the federal voter registration form.
The Hays Daily News, Jan. 31
Some conservative Kansas lawmakers are pushing to sever the state from the authority of the Affordable Care Act.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is supporting a state Senate bill that would exclude the lesser prairie chicken from federal protection and give the state the authority to charge federal officials if they try to enforce federal laws pertaining to the rare bird.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is backing a bill that would exclude the lesser prairie chicken from federal protection.
A scan of Kansas birth records will allow election officials to validate voter registrations for more than 7,700 people who hadn't complied with a proof-of-citizenship law, Secretary of State Kris Kobach told legislators Wednesday.