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June 10, 2010 12:00 AM

Kobach's heavy baggage is relevant

The defining political contest of 2010 in Kansas may not be for governor, Congress or even attorney general but, of all things, secretary of state. Suddenly, a job sometimes viewed as one of bookkeeping is a hot property. At the center of attention is Kris Kobach, the University of Missouri-Kansas City law professor who helped write Arizona's controversial ID-check law.

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