Justice Stegall’s abortion dissent: Following ‘the white rabbit’


Justice Caleb Stegall handed down the only dissenting opinion in Friday morning's Supreme Court ruling that found that a woman's right to an abortion is enshrined in the state Constitution.

We've extracted the lengthy - and sometimes colorful - opinion for your reading pleasure. In it Stegall evokes images of the white rabbit in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass."

He also writes about how the majority opinion portrays the experience of women in Kansas as a "dystopian Handmaid's Tale of oppression."

The dissent

"This case is not only . . .


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