A last-minute attempt to pass legislation in Kansas mirroring Arizona's immigration ID-check law was successfully challenged by state Rep. Delia Garcia, D-Wichita. But if lawmakers want to try again next year, the majority of Kansans may be with them. In a Rasmussen Reports poll of 500 Kansas voters last week, 64 percent said they favor such legislation, slightly higher than the 60 percent support nationally. Kansas respondents were evenly split over whether they were concerned that an Arizona-like measure would violate some citizens' rights. Still, 55 percent favored what Rasmussen called "a welcoming immigration policy that keeps out only national security threats, criminals and those who come here to live off the welfare system."