Kelly vetoes bill requiring women to be asked reason for abortion


(Developing: Will be updated as warranted)

Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a bill that establishes new reporting requirements about women seeking abortions, calling the legislation "invasive" and "unnecessary."

The bill would require abortion clinics to ask women to pick one of 11 reasons why they are seeking the procedure.

The bill requires women to be asked - they don't have to answer - whether having a baby would interfere with their education, employment or career.

Other questions include whether the woman's husband or partner wants the patient to . . .


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