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The Kansas Supreme Court has come up with a response for when its own justices are accused of being biased toward the abortion industry and against a former state attorney general who investigated alleged criminal activity there.That's right. You read that right. Kansas where the:
That’s the result of a petition to the court that was filed on behalf of former Attorney General Phill Kline.
Kline probed alleged illegal activity by abortion provider Planned Parenthood and the late abortionist George Tiller, eventually filing charges against them after getting the counts approved by several trial judges in the state.
However, the pro-abortion political atmosphere in the state spelled defeat for Kline in the next election, and his foes launched criminal investigations into his probe of Planned Parenthood and Tiller. [emphasis added]
- Lieutenant Governor
- Secretary of State
- Attorney General
- Both US Senators
- All four members of the US House of Representatives
- 31 out of the 40 State Senators
- 92 out of the 125 State House members
Kansas, where Mitt Romney won the state in the 2012 election by about 22% of the vote.
Kansas, where according to the Guttmacher Institute:
- A woman must receive state-directed counseling that includes information designed to discourage her from having an abortion and then wait 24 hours before the procedure is provided.
- A woman must undergo an ultrasound before obtaining an abortion; the provider must offer her the option to view the image.