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KS Gov. Brownback signs dismemberment abortion ban

This morning, Gov. Sam Brownback signed into law the historic “Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act,”  SB 95. It will go into effect July 1. 406 more words

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Kansas lawmakers OK plan to use bonds for pension system

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas is expected to issue $1 billion in bonds to bolster its pension system for teachers and government workers after the Legislature authorized the debt. 494 more words

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Kansas passes ban on dismemberment abortion

Today by a vote of  98 -26, the Kansas House passed landmark pro-life legislation, Senate Bill 95,”The Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.”

KFL Executive Director, Mary Kay Culp, thanked legislators for their diligence in tackling the issue and enacting a sound law crafted to withstand constitutional scrutiny that will stop a horrific procedure. 642 more words

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Wrong to hide details of D&E dismemberment abortion

Kansas is days away from a House vote on Senate Bill 95, the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. The bill has already passed the Kansas Senate, 31-9, where pro-abortion senators refused to discuss the particulars of the abortion method (see  813 more words

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Pro-abortion Rep fails to amend SB 95 with "poison pill"

As grassroots support swells, Kansas is moving quickly to enact the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act (SB 95). The bill has already passed in the Senate, 31-9, and a House committee, 14-6. 560 more words

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Kansas House panel endorses new rules for state services

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – A Kansas House committee has approved changes in rules for social service programs that would require the state to include photo identification on benefit cards. 106 more words

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Kansas committee passes ban on Dismemberment abortion

The Kansas Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, SB 95, passed out of the House Federal and State Affairs committee this morning.

The committee rejected a disingenuous 19 page amendment from pro-abortion Rep. 242 more words

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