“The Supreme Court has made its decision — so I will make mine,” Ella Lee Dominguez writes in this column.
“If the amendment passes, Kansas lawmakers can — and they will — enact laws banning abortions. And we know they will because they’ve already tried,” Amii Castle writes in this letter to the Times.
“Those who believe passionately in abortion rights will … need to build a movement sturdy, motivated and well-funded enough to battle for decades to come,” Clay Wirestone writes in this column for Kansas Reflector.
“Anti-abortion politicians do not care … about your baby. Their chosen moniker is ‘pro-life,’ but it is far more accurate to label them ‘pro-birth,’” Kate Queram writes in this column for States Newsroom.
If a proposed amendment to the Kansas constitution passes, “With almost certainty there will be no legal abortions in Kansas — no matter how she got pregnant or even if she might die from the pregnancy,” Amii Castle writes in this letter to the Times.
“Within the next year, the Kansas Legislature will pass a full ban on abortion, without exceptions for rape or incest. Gov. Derek Schmidt will delightedly sign it and rhapsodize about our state’s culture of life,” Clay Wirestone writes in this column for Kansas Reflector.
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