Kansas lawmakers work to fix Israel boycott law


Kansas lawmakers are trying to fix a constitutional flaw in a law passed last year that bars state contractors from boycotting Israel.

Legislators are considering a bill in response to a January court ruling that temporarily blocked the law, which required contractors to certify they are not boycotting Israel.

The lawsuit, brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, continues. But state lawmakers are reworking the law so it no longer applies to individuals.

The amended law would only apply to contracts worth more than $100,000. New language would require . . .


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