Ilvy Njiokiktjien for The New York Times The threat of shield laws is one reason that three states — Idaho, Kansas and ... in ...
Abortion providers say Kansas HB 2749 would force patients to answer invasive and unnecessary questions. Rep. Brenda Landwehr, a Wichita Republican and chair of the House health committee ...
House Bill 2814 and Senate Bill 528 would create the Kansas Ultrasound Act, requiring an obstetric ultrasound to be performed before having an abortion ... Medical providers are listening to ...
These telemedicine shield laws block officials in red states who might prosecute or sue the abortion providers in Massachusetts, New York, California, Vermont, Colorado and Washington State.
During the Kansas House committee hearing this month, abortion providers argued that if the state wants to help them, it should consider expanding social services, including Medicaid; improve ...
"We want to have you at the ready to get to Kansas or Illinois ... Decades of so-called TRAP laws, or "targeted regulation of abortion providers," whittled down abortion access across the state ...
South Dakota allows doctors to terminate a pregnancy only if a patient's life is in jeopardy. Lawmakers say a ...
TOPEKA, Kan. — The recent Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos are legally protected children is highlighting how support for the idea that a fetus should have the same rights as a ...