A federal judge on Friday agreed to block a new state law that bans anyone who does not live or domiciled in Kansas from mailing advance mail ballot applications to Kansas voters.
U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil issued a preliminary injunction halting the law, which also bars mailing any advance mail ballot application that has been personalized with the voter’s information.
The law will be halted until the case is concluded, which will likely take months. The law was not set to start until Jan. 1 . . .
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