Republican Gov. Jeff Colyer on Tuesday night borrowed a page from rival Kris Kobach’s immigration playbook, calling for the state to employ an internet database to screen whether employees can legally work in the United States.
In a swift-moving forum broadcast Tuesday on KWCH-TV in Wichita that took less than an hour, Colyer veered to the right as he promised a hard-line approach on immigration.
He said he supported President Donald Trump’s efforts to secure the country’s borders, opposed in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants and supported the use of the internet-based system . . .
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