A House committee on Tuesday passed a bill that would make Kansas just one of a handful of states to require physicians to tell women that drug-induced abortions can be reversed.
The bill, comparable to laws passed in Idaho, Arkansas, South Dakota and Utah, is based on the controversial idea that a medically induced abortion can be stopped halfway through the drug regimen.
It would require any clinic providing medical abortions to post a sign — in at least three-quarter inch boldface type — telling women it . . .
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