TOPEKA, Kansas - Lawmakers are fast-tracking a push to amend the state constitution and undo a Kansas Supreme Court ruling that said women have the right to abortion. The goal, with voters' approval in August, is to add a line to the state bill of rights saying abortion isn't constitutionally protected - and that legislators can regulate abortions, including when a pregnancy results from rape or incest or threatens a woman's life.
Friday, January 24, 2020
Kansas Abortion Crackdown Underway
Election season 2020 line in the sand . . . Recent victories in Johnson County reveal that women have abandoned Sunflower State Republicans en masse and this latest crackdown effort hopes to bring back the faithful on a core wedge issue . . . Read more: