“Kansas Proof-Of-Citizenship Fight Continues As State Seeks To Manage ‘Suspense List'”

Doug Chapin:

The State of Kansas’ proof-of-citizenship law has been a constant source of controversy since it was enacted in 2011, in part because it has resulted in a “suspense list” of more than 30,000 voters statewide who have registered to vote but yet to show documentary proof of citizenship. The controversy is about to kick up another notch as Secretary of State Kobach seeks to adopt new regulations that would allow the state to trim the list of people who have not responded.

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