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Voter ID law not needed in Kansas

At least for now, Kansas and Arizona residents can keep registering to vote with a federal form and without having to show proof of citizenship, thanks to a federal appeals court ruling handed down Thursday.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily stayed a ruling from a U.S. District Judge that orders the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to modify its federal voter registration form to add special instructions for Arizona and Kansas residents about those states’ proof-of-citizenship requirements.
Circuit judges granted the emergency stay sought Thursday by the commission and voting rights groups, a day after the district ...

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