State picks contractor to oversee program promoting abortion alternatives


Kansas State Treasurer Steven Johnson announced Tuesday that the Kansas Pregnancy Care Network has been picked to run a $2 million program that seeks to offer alternatives to abortion.

Johnson said that the Kansas Pregnancy Care Network was selected from the three eligible bids that were submitted to the Department of Administration.

The group was the only Kansas-based entity that submitted a qualified bid, he said.

Others seeking the contract were Human Coalition of Plano, Texas, and Real Alternatives of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Life Alliance Kansas of Lawrence was disqualified.

The wining bidder, Johnson said, was modeled after, and is . . .


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