UPDATED: Kelly vetoes abortion reversal bill for a second time


(Updated to include comments from opponents and supporters of the bill with edits throughout)

For the second time in four years, Gov. Laura Kelly has vetoed a bill requiring physicians to notify women that their drug-induced abortion can be reversed.

The bill, which was approved 26-11 in the Senate and 80-38 in the House, is based on the controversial idea that a medical abortion can be stopped halfway through a two-drug regimen . . .


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