Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Good News From Kansas (Except for Kansas): Law Prof Kris Kobach Elected Kansas Secretary of State

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In blogging about the elction earlier in the day, I neglected to point out some good news for people -- at least those outside of Kansas -- who are committed to reasonable and responsibible immigration reform and enforcement.  The Kansas voters yesterday elected Law Prof Kris Kobach to the Secretary of State post.    Accoriding to the Kansas City Star, "Kobach . . . said he would give up his position as a professor of constitutional law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City."

Kobach's election presumably will mean that he will now spend less time traveling across the United States assisting state (such as Arizona) and local governments in enacting anti-immigrant laws and conjuring up ways of keeping undocumented students out of public universities and colleges.

KJ

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