UPDATED: Legislature sends abortion-reversal bill to governor

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(Updated to include links to how lawmakers voted and additional comment from senators.)

With drug-induced abortions rising in Kansas, the Legislature on Friday approved a bill requiring physicians to notify women that their medical abortion can be reversed.

The House and Senate passed the legislation with overwhelming majorities, positioning Kansas to become the seventh state to pass legislation based on the controversial idea that a medical abortion can be stopped halfway through a two-drug regimen.

The House approved the bill SSJ

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