The Kansas House on Tuesday approved a bill requiring physicians to notify women that they can have their drug-induced abortion reversed, a process that critics say is unproven.
The bill, which would make Kansas the seventh state to pass such a law, is based on the controversial idea that a medically induced abortion can be stopped halfway through a two-drug regimen.
The House approved the bill 85-39, just enough to override any veto by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly, who won her primary last summer . . .