The Kansas Constitution does not guarantee a right to vote, according to the state Supreme Court’s majority ruling. USER:

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The Kansas Supreme Court ruled on a 2021 election law, upholding some provisions and reviving challenges to others. The court’s majority opinion stated that there is no right to vote enshrined in the Kansas Constitution’s Bill of Rights, which drew dissent from three justices. The ruling also struck down a provision that criminalizes honest speech during voter registration, allowing voter assistance groups to resume their work.

The court sided with the state on a provision that makes it a crime to give the appearance of being an election official, but it upheld a limitation on ballot collections, saying it doesn’t impair the right to vote.

The ruling was met with mixed reactions, with supporters arguing that the law maintains election security and critics seeing it as a form of voter suppression.