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Democrats to Target Kobach with Measures
12/04/2012
 

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Democratic leaders say they will introduce two measures in January in an effort to limit Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's power and work outside the office on immigration and other issues.
 
     Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley says Tuesday that he would submit a bill to limit the ability of statewide elected officials and their employees to work more than 10 hours a week outside their official duties and still receive compensation. Hensley says Kobach should be concentrating on the secretary of state's office and not working with other states on immigration issues.
 
     A second bill would require county commissions in the state's four largest counties to hire election commissioners, to address problems arising from the general election. It is aimed at preventing Kobach from appointing those commissioners.

 

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