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Should Parents Be Able To Sue For ‘Wrongful Birth’?

May 15, 2012

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NPR, May 15, 2012 by Kathy Lohr Several states, including Kansas and New Jersey, are debating so-called “wrongful birth” laws that would prevent parents from suing a doctor who fails to warn them about fetal problems. Abortion rights activists say the laws give doctors the right to withhold information so women don’t have abortions. In […]

Kansas House Passes ‘Anti-Abortion’ and ‘Anti-Sharia’ Bills

May 8, 2012

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The Christian Post, May 8, 2012 by Luiza Oleszczuk The Kansas House approved a bill Monday designed to ban tax breaks for facilities providing abortions and to ban writing off abortion costs as medical expenses. The House also passed a bill, dubbed the “anti-Sharia bill,” that prevents state courts from heeding any foreign or religious […]

Kansas House votes to send anti-abortion bill to Senate

May 7, 2012

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Wichita Eagle, May 7, 2012 by John Milburn OPEKA – The Kansas House on Monday approved a bill designed to prevent the state from subsidizing abortions even indirectly through tax breaks, but the measure’s chances in the Senate appeared uncertain. The bill was adopted by an 88-31 vote. The measure would prohibit Kansas taxpayers from […]

Kan. Senate passes abortion bill, sending it gov

May 2, 2012

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NECN.com, May 2, 2012 by AP TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A bill giving more legal protection to Kansas health care providers who refuse to participate in abortions was on its way Wednesday to Gov. Sam Brownback, despite concerns it would limit access to birth control and allow some professionals to block life-saving care. The Senate […]

Kan. House advances abortion ‘conscience’ bill despite fears of limiting birth control access

March 28, 2012

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The Republic, March 28, 2012 by John Hanna TOPEKA, Kan. — A bill designed to give Kansas health care providers greater legal protections if they refuse any involvement in abortion moved Wednesday toward passage in the state House, despite concerns that it could lessen access to birth control. The House gave the measure first-round approval […]