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Kansas can’t enforce new law on abortion pills or make patients wait 24 hours, judge rules

  • A Kansas judge has temporarily blocked new state laws and older restrictions on medication abortions, which mandated what providers must tell patients and imposed a 24-hour waiting period for abortions to take place.
  • This ruling is seen as a win for abortion rights advocates in Kansas, following a statewide vote that confirmed protections for abortion access under the state constitution.
  • Kansas has been an outlier among Republican-controlled states in its stance on abortion, with the state Supreme Court recognizing access to abortion as a fundamental right protected by the Kansas Constitution.
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