The Legislature is curtailing the ability of the Kansas governor to enter into agreements related to enforcement of election law, a move that a civil liberties advocate says treads on the power of the executive branch.
The House on Tuesday voted 84-38 to pass a bill that would prevent agreements similar to one that Gov. Laura Kelly reached with civil rights groups last year to expand the availability of voting and comply with federal . . .
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