Challenge to new abortion reporting requirement expected


Lawyers for Kansas abortion providers are getting ready to challenge a new Kansas law requiring clinics to ask women about why they are seeking an abortion.

They signaled during a recent status conference in Johnson County District Court that they expect to amend a lawsuit seeking to throw out the state's Women's Right to Know law, which puts in place various restrictions on abortion.

The law, including a 24-hour waiting period, has already been temporarily blocked while the case is litigated in district court.

A trial that had been set for next month has already been pushed . . .


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