Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Kansas Pays ACLU $20K Thanks To Kobach

Politically charged legal bickering concludes with a nice chunk of change that should embolden the next attack on a statewide office holder. Read more:

Kansas AG: Sanctions against Kobach settled in voting suit

Kansas' attorney general says his office has negotiated an agreement for the secretary of state's office to pay $20,000 over former Secretary Kris Kobach's conduct in a federal voting-rights lawsuit. Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Tuesday that the payment will offset attorney fees and expenses incurred by the American Civil Liberties Union's clients.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cheap at the cost to try to pretend that the Kobach Embarrassment never existed!

Anonymous said...

Wow, This guy is still reeking havoc.