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Kansas Constitution does not include a right to vote, state Supreme Court majority says

  • Justice Eric Rosen criticized the ruling by stating disbelief in Kansas citizens lacking the right to vote under their constitution.
  • Justice Caleb Stegall defended the court's decision, stating no precedent for a "fundamental right to vote" in the state constitution.
  • The Supreme Court objected to a new law for potentially criminalizing honest mistakes in voter registration, leading to a reconsideration of an emergency injunction.
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