ACLU says Crosscheck system violates voter privacy; Kobach says suit has no merit


The American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Secretary of State Kris Kobach, charging that his "reckless" operation of a federal data base used to detect voter fraud is compromising sensitive voter data.

The ACLU, which just won a big case Monday against the state's proof-of-citizenship requirements, claims in its class-action lawsuit that Kobach's office is sharing personal voter information in unencrypted emails that . . .


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