Kansas abortion amendment: Picking the rural lock


Opponents of a constitutional amendment removing abortion as a protected right in Kansas succeeded where others who went before them failed.

Four times since 2014, states approved similar amendments, which succeeded with support from rural voters who overwhelmed any success in urban centers.

On Tuesday, opponents of the abortion amendment picked that lock, winning not only in populated areas but winning - or at least drawing even - in . . .


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