A battle over state election laws and how far Kansas should go to make voting accessible is reemerging with bills that would restrict - if not ban - ballot drop boxes and end the grace period for mail ballots.
Voting rights advocates - including the American Civil Liberties Union and the civic engagement group Loud Light - are fortifying for a fight against proposals they say will suppress voter turnout by making it harder to vote.
Supporters say the bills are intended to guard against election fraud in a state where there's been an undercurrent of questions about the Kansas elections, including an . . .