January 4, 2018 | WIBW News
By Nick Gosnell

The case of Fish v. Kobach challenging Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship will go to trial in March before Judge Julie Robinson. . . .

“Once we have the trial and get all the evidence in front of Judge Robinson, there will probably be further briefing on what that evidence means and how she should interpret it, as a matter of law,” said [ACLU’s Doug] Bonney. “Her decision, almost certainly will not be made from the bench in March when we have the trial. She will take it under advisement and may ask us for additional briefs and will issue a written ruling sometime down the road.”

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