What a great day for protecting voting rights in Kansas and elsewhere

Shawnee County District Court Judge Larry Hendricks essentially slapped down part of an overly restrictive 2013 Kansas voter ID law. The upshot: The votes of 17,500 Kansans will count in all races in Tuesday’s primaries in Johnson and Wyandotte counties, and across the Sunflower State as well.

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Chiefs veteran players arrive at camp

Charcandrick West talks about Eric Berry, Laurent Duvaernay-Tardif moves closer to becoming a doctor and the contest for Alex Smith's back-up bring intrigue.
The Kansas City Star
Chiefs veteran players arrive at camp 3:42

Chiefs veteran players arrive at camp

Kris Kobach reacts to judge's decision 0:32

Kris Kobach reacts to judge's decision

Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president 0:58

Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

Kansas teens fired for speaking up about equal pay take stage at DNC 1:41

Kansas teens fired for speaking up about equal pay take stage at DNC