Kan., Ariz. Seek Order On Voter Citizenship Laws Kansas and Arizona asked a court Wednesday to force a federal agency to quickly modify a national voter registration form so the states can fully enforce proof-of-citizenship requirements for new voters ahead of next year's elections.
Kan. Voters' Limbo Shows Hitch In Citizenship LawNearly 15,000 Kansas residents who registered to vote are having their voting rights held up under a new law requiring voters to prove U.S. citizenship.
Kan. Lawmakers Fail To Expand Sec Of State's Power Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has failed to gain authority he's sought to prosecute election fraud allegations because the state House rejected a bill containing the proposal.
Mark Reardon: Immigration Reform & Missouri HighwaysMissouri State Senator Mike Kehoe talks about the call for a new one-cent sales tax to improve Missouri highways.
Controversy Continues Over Voter ID BillThe fight continues over whether voter fraud is a problem in Missouri.
The Mark Reardon Show - Tuesday, June 7th
Mark Reardon Show - Thursday, April 7thMark talks with Dan Stein with the Federation for American Immigration Reform, and we hear from Josh Krauschaar and Reid Wilson of the National Journal, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, St. Louis native and author Kevin Jackson, and Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan.