Reversible abortion bill introduced in House

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A bill introduced in the House on Tuesday would make Kansas just one of a handful of states to require physicians to tell women that drug-induced abortions can be reversed.

The bill, comparable to laws passed in Idaho, Arkansas, South Dakota and Utah, has the support of 60 members in the House. Another bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate with 21 sponsors.

The bill is just three votes short of passage in the House and 24 short of overriding any veto of Democratic . . .


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