Pro-choice protesters might not have much luck moving the dial in the Sunflower State.
In fact, the new Senator has been outspoken in his hope for a de facto abortion ban.
A recent example . . .
Some Kansas lawmakers, including Republican Senator Roger Marshall, are hoping the supreme court will overturn Roe v. Wade. He spoke at a press conference yesterday in Washington D.C.
“We hope and pray this landmark Supreme Court decision, this case, will result in a decision that reflects the values of most Americans and protects lives after 15 weeks,” Marshall said.
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Abortion rights are taking center stage at the U.S. Supreme Court this Wednesday. Justices will hear arguments in a case from Mississippi that could challenge precedent set in Roe v. Wade. The case has major implications across the country.Ahead of today's hearing, a group of Kansans hope to build support for upholding Roe v.