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January 2, 2014 12:00 AM

Kris Kobach: Court wanted a legal fight on voter law

Because of the Secure and Fair Elections Act of 2011, Kansas now leads the way in securing the integrity of elections. Our photo-ID and proof-of-citizenship rules make election fraud extremely difficult. Other states, such as Alabama and Pennsylvania, have since adopted parts of the Kansas model.

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