Lawsuit filed by the Campaign Legal Center on behalf of VoteAmerica and Voter Participation Center challenging provisions of Kansas House Bill 2332 that restrict nonpartisan out-of-state organizations from providing mail-in ballot applications to registered voters and criminalize sending personalized mail-in ballot applications. The case claims that this law violates the First and 14th Amendments and breaches the dormant Commerce Clause. The court denied the defendants’ motion to dismiss and granted a preliminary injunction barring the enforcement of H.B. 2332. The court then entered a permanent injunction against a provision on H.B. 2332 that banned out-of-state individuals from sending early, mail-in ballot applications to Kansas voters. On May 4, 2023, the court struck down H.B. 2332’s prohibition on sending personalized mail-in ballot applications to registered voters for violating the U.S. Constitution.