Veto scorecard: Abortion overrides carry day in House


The Kansas House on Wednesday turned back Gov. Laura Kelly's vetoes of four abortion-related bills, including one that has now made it through the Legislature.

The Legislature passed the born-alive bill, which requires physicians to care for an infant born alive after a failed abortion, which the governor said was misleading and unnecessary.

The House overrode the governor's veto of the bill 87-37. It was overridden in the Senate on a 31-9


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