Every effort to make the bill less harmful, including an attempt to allow abortions after 22 weeks for victims of sexual assault, was rejected.
Last week brought a mixed bag of decisions for reproductive justice advocates.
It distresses me that anti-choice politics could threaten my relationship with at-risk middle school students.
A full 70 pages worth of anti-choice legislation, all bundled into one bill, has made it to the Kansas House for a vote.
In states like Kansas and Oklahoma the fight for reproductive justice is raging, and making progress.
A landmark ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court shows change is coming, even to the plains.
South Wind Women’s Center will not be rezoned out of opening, despite anti-choice efforts.
Advancing policies for the benefit of the rich, whilst kicking the poor among us in the teeth, is a mainstay of the Republican Party.
Anti-choice politicians in Kansas are once more trying to block med students from learning to do basic gynecological procedures.
As a friend and colleague from Planned Parenthood so eloquently put it, Kansas is a “petri dish”—a place where the most extreme anti-abortion laws are conceived and tested. But students are organized and we are fighting back.