By Bridget Sielicki The Kansas Attorney General’s office has filed an appeal of an injunction placed on several of the state’s pro-life laws in October. The injunction temporarily halted state laws that require a 24-hour waiting period mandate for abortions, a requirement that women receive information on abortion pill reversal, a mandate for abortion facility regulations, and informed …Continue reading "Kansas attorney general appeals injunction on pro-life laws"
On Monday, Judge Krishnan Christopher Jayaram blocked a new pro-life law related to chemical abortion and a waiting period requirement that has been in effect since 1997. By Jean Mondoro TOPEKA, Kansas — A Kansas judge has blocked state laws designed to restrict the distribution of abortion pills and require women to wait 24 hours after …Continue reading "Kansas judge blocks restrictions on abortion pills, 24-hour waiting period"
By Kansans for Life On Monday, a Kansas judge singlehandedly blocked protections guaranteed to women by the “Woman’s Right to Know” Act for over 25 years, leaving them even more vulnerable to a predatory abortion industry. This is a nightmare for women and a dream come true for the profit-driven abortion industry. Women will pay …Continue reading "Judge throws out Kansas’ protective “Woman’s Right to Know” Act, Kansans for Life respond"
OLATHE, Kan. – In Hodes & Naser v. Kobach Planned Parenthood and other abortionists are attempting to block enforcement of the state’s pro-life and pro-woman law. The Woman’s Right to Know Act, passed in 1997, ensures that women undergoing an abortion are fully informed of the significant risks involved and voluntarily consent to the procedure. The law also requires …Continue reading "Kansas attorney general, ADF attorneys ask court to uphold pro-life, pro-woman law"
(Overland Park, KS – August 2, 2023) – Just one year exposed the sad truth. The last 12 months proved supporters of the Value Them Both Amendment correct and unmasked the lies of the profit-driven abortion industry. Despite their claims that a “no” vote on the amendment would keep all existing pro-life regulations in place—which …Continue reading "Kansans for Life Upholds Promise to Never Abandon Women and Babies "
Pro-lifers intend to amend state Constitution to clarify no “right” to abortion exists in it By Dave Andrusko We can speculate until we are blue in the face why the editorial board of the Kansas City Star answered its own rhetorical question—“Does Kansas need a constitutional amendment on abortion”—with the answer, “Let the voters decide.” …Continue reading "Surprise: pro-abortion editorial page supports right of voters of Kansas to “weigh in” on abortion"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. We’ve posted multiple stories on that head-scratcher of …Continue reading "The limitless brutality intrinsic to the Kansas Supreme Court’s decision on abortion"
By Mary Wilkinson, President, Board of Directors, Kansans for Life You may have seen the news Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss and Associate Justice Lee Johnson announced they are retiring from the court. These announcements come months after creating a radical, unrestricted right to abortion and allowing the live dismemberment of pre-born babies …Continue reading "Two pro-abortion Kansas state Supreme Court Justices are retiring"
By Dave Andrusko It was no doubt a platinum 7 days for abortion proponents. Yesterday, by one vote—one—the Kansas House failed to override the veto of Gov. Laura Kelly of the Abortion Pill Reversal Information Act. We need to remember that two-thirds is a lot of votes to get. This victory for the Abortion Industry …Continue reading "Bloody Kansas, the Day After"
By Dave Andrusko When we posted late last night, the Kansas Senate had voted to override Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto of the Abortion Pill Reversal Information bill but the House had fallen short by the narrowest of margins. One pro-life Representative intentionally switched his vote from favoring the override to supporting the governor’s veto, making …Continue reading "Pro-lifers fall one vote short: Kansas House votes to uphold veto of Abortion Pill Reversal Information bill"
By Dave Andrusko When I first sat down at my desk to write this post, the Kansas legislature was in the midst of an attempted veto override that, as was the case in the Senate in North Carolina on a different measure, will likely hinge on a single vote. The issue, as NRL News Today …Continue reading "The need to restate the obvious to a politicized Kansas Supreme Court"
Editor’s note. Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of the archdiocese of Kansas City, Kansas issued the following statement in response to the 6-1 decision rendered by the Kansas Supreme Court on Friday. Archbishop Naumann is also chairman of the Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities. Today’s decision is just the most recent example of an effort to …Continue reading "Kansas Supreme Court Ruling Discovers a Right to Abortion in the Kansas Constitution"