UPDATED: Lawmakers pass bills ending three-day voting grace period


(Updated to reflect final action votes Thursday

The Kansas House and Senate on Thursday approved bills reversing a 2017 law that gives voters a three-day grace period for their mail ballots to arrive at election offices.

The House and Senate signed off on legislation that supporters said was intended to instill voter confidence in state elections, although there's been no widespread evidence of fraudulent voting in Kansas.

The House passed the legislation on a SSJ

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