Saturday, May 6, 2006
The Kansas Senate approved a bill that requires doctors who perform abortions to provide state health officials detailed information about each late-term abortion and whether the fetus was abnormal. Opponents of the bill argued that it was an attempt to harass doctors and clinics while proponents claimit will provide Kansans with better data about abortions. The governor has not indicated whether she will sign the bill. Source. John Hanna, AP, Kansas City Star, KansasCity.com. Please click here for the complete story (last visited May 6, 2006, reo).