Frank Morris had this information in NPR. Here is an excerpt:
New state laws tightening voting restrictions come in two basic varieties: those that make it harder to cast a vote, and those making it more difficult to get registered to vote in the first place.
In Kansas, one law effectively shuts down voter registration drives .
Now, it’s a felony offense to impersonate an election official and the law creates a vague standard for breaking it, a standard that depends impressions. It criminalizes engaging in conduct that might seem like something an election official would do.
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