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Why Kansas midwives' regulation must bar abortion

Kansas legislation to regulate the independent practice of midwives currently includes pro-life language to prevent them from being able “to perform, induce or prescribe drugs for an abortion.” 624 more words

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Pro-life doctors & nurses groups endorse Simon’s Law

Pro-lifers across the nation have been reading our series of articles on the “Faces & Facts of Simon’s Law,” and are urging Kansas to protect children and empower parents… 477 more words

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The Faces & Facts behind Simon’s Law: Krissy

Simon’s Law insures that life-sustaining treatment (resuscitation, nutrition, medicine) will not be denied to minors without parental consent. This bill has already passed the Kansas Senate 37-3 and work on its passage in the House will continue when legislators return April 27. 752 more words

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Faces & Facts behind Simon’s Law: Simon's dad speaks

Recent posts have revealed the facts surrounding secretly placed “Do Not Resuscitate” (DNR) orders without parental notice or consent that resulted in the deaths of Simon Crosier and Megan Barnes. 743 more words

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KS Supreme Court takes up dismemberment appeal

Filed electronically after 5p.m. tonight, Monday, the Kansas Supreme Court has granted review of the appeal by the Kansas Attorney General in the matter of the Kansas Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. 287 more words

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Kansas abortions lowest in 30 years, Wichita drops 14%

Kansas abortion statistics for 2015 were released today by the Kansas Dept. of Health & Environment (KDHE). The figures revealed an overall 4.4% drop from 2014… 602 more words

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The Faces & Facts behind Simon’s Law: Megan

Simon’s Law, Kansas Senate Bill 437, would require parent permission before a minor is coded as a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) and would also require hospitals and other medical facilities, upon request, to disclose any existent “futility” policies. 821 more words

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