By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Days after Planned Parenthood conceded defeat to Kansas in a three-years-running lawsuit, another abortion lawsuit over a pro-life Kansas law is rapidly crumbling. Last week, attorneys for Herb Hodes & Traci Nauser, who operate the Center for Women’s Health (CWH) in Overland Park, acknowledged that an …Continue reading "Kansas continues to defeat abortionists’ lawsuits"
By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director, Kansans for Life Kansas is playing a role in the national abortion drama in which laws passed in ‘red’ states with pro-life legislatures and executive branches are sued by abortion activists to find ‘blue’ courts willing to interfere. In the past week, two of the four abortion businesses in Kansas challenged …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood lawsuit hopes to undermine Kansas informed consent and pain law"
By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director Kansans for Life The Kansas “Pro-Life Protections Act” (HB 2253) passed the Senate by a vote of 29-11, after a nearly three-hour debate Monday that focused on extraneous amendments offered by pro-abortion Democrat senators. Only one amendment (tweaking the tax code) was adopted. Because of that, HB 2253 is procedurally …Continue reading "Kansas passes bill to defund abortion and support Down Syndrome"
By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director Kansans for Life Moving through the Kansas legislative process this week were two measures combating abortion coercion: the Pro-Life Protections Act (HB 2253) and SCR 1606, a resolution commending pregnancy maintenance resource centers (also known as crisis pregnancy centers). SCR 1606 was adopted by the Senate (fittingly) on January 22 …Continue reading "Kansas bills fight abortion coercion"