Tuesday’s vote is the last opportunity for Kansas voters to protect the state’s current abortion rights, Democratic legislators say. And if the amendment on the ballot passes, there will be little to no opportunity anytime soon for it to be overturned.
The Kansas Senate approved a double-barrel package of bills Thursday expanding the right of people as young as 18 to carry concealed firearms and implementing a gun-safety curriculum sponsored by the NRA in K-12 pubic schools.
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