A Kansas law that makes it a crime to impersonate an election official unconstitutionally interferes with voter outreach efforts, voting rights groups told the state Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Shelly Lamb argues in a federal lawsuit that coworkers and inmates at the Kansas Department of Corrections harassed her and the department violated her civil rights and committed sex discrimination because she is a transgender woman.
The organization of Kansas county election officers told legislators they opposed a Republican-sponsored bill that would prohibit counties from continuing the practice of mailing unsolicited advance ballot applications to registered voters.
The Kansas Supreme Court has revived a challenge to a state law that caused advocacy groups to cancel voter registration drives.
Officials at R.V. Haderlein Elementary in Girard forced an 8-year-old Native American boy to cut his hair, despite objections that he grew it out to connect with his cultural heritage.
Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew has had three different deputy clerks since shortly after the 2020 election, when the previous deputy clerk left the job amid unsubstantiated voter fraud claims and conspiracy theories.
Kansas AG Kris Kobach made his case Friday that voting rights should not be given the same protection as other constitutional rights, hoping to sway the court over to his side in the latest twist of a long-lasting legal battle over 2021 election laws.
Pink, white and blue flags abounded Saturday as Lawrence community members gathered to show support for transgender cyclists during the Belgian Waffle Ride.
Rainbow Kids & Families has partnered with the ACLU of Kansas to host a workshop Tuesday on the protection of LGBTQIA+ students within the K-12 educational setting.
A former state rep. said it was a mistake for the 2017 Kansas Legislature to create a 3-day grace period for acceptance of mail-in advance ballots postmarked before polls closed on Election Day.
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