Busy news day in Kansas politics: What you might have missed but need to know


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 . . .


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