Kansas Governor Brownback may soon have the chance to sign into law one of if not the most onerous anti-choice, anti-woman bill in the nation, a law that would guarantee forced pregnancy as a state policy. Now that the governor has decided to control everyone’s reproductive and sexual health lives from his office, the the women and men of the state are seeking his advice.
How will a so-called personhood amendment fare in Kansas? We’re going to find out. Kansans for Life is already publicly skeptical, saying they are “afraid of pushing the issue to the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Until a change of course is demanded in the state of Kansas, our elected oppressors will no doubt continue to spend their time, energy, resources and taxpayer money in the never-ending pursuit of being the first state to eliminate abortion and even some forms of contraception through the eradication of access, while saddling the taxpayers with an ideological debt.
The Kansas governor and anti-choice stalwart announced his endorsement of Texas Governor Rick Perry for President.
Party moderates seem to be trying to lower the expectations of those hoping 2011 will be a year of conservative social reform in the state.
Kansas Governor-elect Sam Brownback is known for his anti-choice stance, but some of the new Republicans in the state worry he won’t do enough to stop abortion.
Kansas state Senator Tom Holland will announce his gubernatorial run today.
State Senator Tom Holland, a pro-choice Democrat, may be at a disadvantage in the Kansas gubernatorial race today, but he is a good campaigner and may still be the best hope of Kansas women.
Kansas state Senator Tom Holland mulls the idea of a gubernatorial run against Sam Brownback.
Various anti-choice organizations are all using the same messaging on one very narrow abortion-related issue, is it coordinated? Can it be legally? We’re concerned about the actual sexual and reproductive health policy, not just the election.