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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Kansas House Passes Broad Anti-Abortion Measure

The Huffington Post: Kansas Lawmakers Advance Abortion Resrictions, by John Celock:

The Republican-controlled Kansas House of Representatives voted to advance legislation adding new restrictions to abortions in the state Tuesday.

The legislation would end the use of tax exemptions for payments for abortions, while at the same time requiring doctors to inform women that abortions may cause breast cancer, a claim that has been disputed by the medical community. The bill also defines life as beginning at fertilization and would prohibit all state employees from performing abortions during the work day. . . .

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