Lawmaker draws up new abortion amendment


A Kansas House member is working on a proposed constitutional amendment that would let voters again decide whether the state constitution protects the right to an abortion.

Republican state Rep. Randy Garber of Sabetha circulated a copy of a proposed constitutional amendment in the House seeking cosponsors.

It would need support from two-thirds of the Legislature to pass. He plans to file the bill on Feb. 3 after giving lawmakers time to sign onto the legislation.

The amendment would go on the ballot in November 2024 under the draft proposal.

"This is a simple amendment that says there is . . .


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