March 19, 2012

Kansas Abortion Debate Shifts to Doctor Training

A push by pro-lifers to ensure Kansas doesn't have even indirect involvement in terminating pregnancies has legislators focusing on the state medical school, whose officials worry lawmakers could endanger its accreditation. The University of Kansas Medical Center would be affected by two separate but similar pro-life measures. One is a provision in a proposed state budget facing a final vote in the House, and another is a bill endorsed by a House committee aimed at making sure the state doesn't subsidize abortions indirectly through tax credits or deductions. Read more...


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