Kansas Abortion Industry Booming

Elections have consequences for the unborn and it's uncertain if anybody can REALLY feel good about more terminated pregnancies in the Sunflower State following a widely celebrated "victory" for progressives.

A recent optimistic report from Mary Sanchez offers a hopeful view of the uptick in carnage along with increased financial contributions for abortion advocates . . .

In Kansas, abortion is legal until 22 weeks of pregnancy. After that, it is strictly limited. Five clinics now are open across the state. Two are in Wichita. Two are in Overland Park. And one recently opened in Kansas City, Kansas.

But as people from other states arrive, slots quickly fill. Wait times for appointments in Kansas and other states still offering abortion services now stretch to three weeks out.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas Abortion Supporters Race to Keep Up With Surging Demand, Donations

Abortion advocates call it "going dark." The term is invoked when a state criminalizes abortion, triggered either by the U.S. Supreme Court's historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, or through new restrictions passed by a conservative legislature now that the issue is governed state by state.