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.


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.