Keep Kansas abortion law on the books

We believe Kansas law does a good job protecting both mother and child and does not need to be amended.



July 5, 2022 - 3:07 PM

Andrea Huseman, 37, with her husband Andrew Ballenger, 46, and their daughter Emma Ballenger, 4, from Arlington, Texas, during an abortion rights protest at the City Hall in Dallas on Wednesday, June 29, 2022.

Kansas voters will soon decide the fate of the state’s current abortion law.

As is, Kansas laws allow  for a woman to receive an abortion in cases of rape or incest, if a pregnancy endangers a mother’s life and if a pregnancy is fewer than 22 weeks of a typical 40-week term.

The law generally “protects a woman’s right to decide whether to continue a pregnancy,” members of the Kansas Supreme Court ruled in 2019.

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