Women line up to donate eggs; more on what FOCA would do; Kansas Supreme Court finds Phill Kline in contempt of court; after vetoing abortion legalization, Uruguayan President offers to resign as head of his party; Obama can be “feminist-in-chief.”
Former Attorney General Phill Kline makes no secret of his anti-choice position. But when he collected evidence against abortion provider Dr. Tiller to bring Tiller to trial, he used his Deputy Attorney General to do so – an anti-choice activist arrested over a dozen times for trespassing and protesting at abortion clinics.
There’s no place like home. Kansans resoundingly reject Phill Kline, again, and give a narrow victory to Pro-Choice Republican Lynn Jenkins over former far-right Congressman Jim Ryun.
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled yesterday that a grand jury cannot immediately access patients’ private medical records as part of an investigation.
Henry Hyde’s death may be a metaphor of end times for the vitriolic anti-abortion movement, as indications from formerly rabid Kansas, and red-hot-competitive Iowa, open the door for aggressive assertion of progressive prevention policies. Are the candidates and Congress connecting the dots?
Former Kansas Attorney General, now District Attorney, Phill Kline is at it again. Yesterday Kline filed 106 misdemeanor and felony charges against Planned Parenthood in Kansas City.