Attorney general’s debate: How far will they go to defend state laws?


Attorney general candidates Kris Kobach and Chris Mann went head to head again Tuesday night, jousting over how far each would go to defend state laws on the books.

Kobach, the Republican, questioned whether his Democratic opponent would defend laws on the books regulating abortion during a nearly hourlong debate broadcast on KTWU.

The former secretary of state said there wasn't a statute he wouldn't defend as the state's top lawyer.

"No, I will not give you a list of laws that I won't defend," Kobach said to moderator Nick Haines when asked for list of . . .


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