Legislature falls short of overriding governor’s veto of aborton reversal bill


The Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday failed to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a bill requiring physicians to notify women that their drug-induced abortion can be reversed.

The Senate voted 27-13 to approve the bill, which is based on the controversial idea that a medical abortion can be stopped halfway through a two-drug regimen.

The House came up two votes . . .


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