Lots of action in Kansas politics on Wednesday, much of it again focused on Secretary of State Kris Kobach plus news about tuition increases and a state audit highly critical of the state's ability to fight wildfires. Let's go around the horn.
Kobach continues to rack up headlines, this time for trying to secure a pardon for a campaign contributor and some phrasing in how he wants county election offices to comply with a court order blocking proof-of-citizenship requirements for voters.
The Associated Press' John Hanna breaks . . .