State of Kansas Archives: on Abortion


Roger Marshall: Believes life begins at conception and should be protected

He knows a child is a living creation of God from the moment of conception. In Congress, Dr. Marshall co-sponsored bills that would: eliminate all taxpayer funding for abortions, defund Planned Parenthood, and make any abortion after 20 weeks illegal nationwide. Dr. Marshall is also a proud cosponsor of "The Heartbeat Bill," and believes that life begins at conception, and should be protected and cherished from that point on.
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website KansansForMarshall.com Jun 17, 2020

Dave Lindstrom: Led local fight against funding Planned Parenthood

There is no one more vulnerable than an unborn child. It should be nothing short of a national emergency that life has become so disposable in our present culture. As a county commissioner, Dave Lindstrom led the fight to successfully prevent county funding of Planned Parenthood. Dave will continue to fight against any effort to provide subsidies to organizations whose primary function is to devalue or encourage the destruction of human life.
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website LindstromForSenate.com May 31, 2020

Barbara Bollier: Protect women's privacy in their medical decisions

When people are making private, complex, personal medical decisions, the last thing they want is a politician in the middle of it. As a doctor, Barbara has a unique appreciation for the doctor-patient relationship and why it is so important to preserve. Barbara will:
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website BollierForKansas.com May 28, 2020

Roger Marshall: Kansans for Life: national leader for pro-life legislation

The leading anti-abortion group in Kansas endorsed Marshall, a move likely to help the congressman shore up support among social conservatives. Kansans For Life's (KFL) political action committee noted the congressman's background as an OB-GYN. "Dr. Marshall has delivered over five thousand babies and is a national leader for pro-life legislation," said Melissa Leach, the manager of KFL's PAC.
Source: The Kansas City Star on 2020 Kansas Senate endorsement May 28, 2020

Dave Lindstrom: Committed to culture of life; opposes late-term abortions

As a father, Dave is also committed to a culture of life in our society and believes that those who continue to push for late-term abortions, even after birth, must be stopped.
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website, LindstromForSenate.com Jan 7, 2020

Jake LaTurner: Innocent unborn children are among our most vulnerable

We must not give up on protecting life. In 2013 we passed a bill banning the practice of sex-selective abortion. In 2016 we passed a common sense measure that required abortionists to provide women with information about the procedure. And on April 7, 2015 [we] signed the bill successfully. I truly believe a society should be judged by how it treats the most vulnerable amongst it. Women in crisis and their innocent, unborn children truly are among our most vulnerable.
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website LaTurnerForSenate.com Jul 19, 2019

Jake LaTurner: Innocent unborn children are among our most vulnerable

We must not give up on protecting life. In 2013 we passed a bill banning the practice of sex-selective abortion. In 2016 we passed a common sense measure that required abortionists to provide women with information about the procedure. And on April 7, 2015 [we] signed the bill successfully. I truly believe a society should be judged by how it treats the most vulnerable amongst it. Women in crisis and their innocent, unborn children truly are among our most vulnerable.
Source: Hays Post on 2020 Kansas Senatorial race Apr 29, 2019

Laura Kelly: Endorsed by Planned Parenthood

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Laura Kelly won endorsement of a four-state Planned Parenthood organization in the wake of an increasingly bitter attack from a Democratic rival regarding dedication to preserving legal abortion. Kelly made abortion a campaign issue by repeatedly blasting Democratic candidate Josh Svaty for voting 11 times in support of anti-abortion legislation while a member of the Kansas House.
Source: Topeka Capital-Journal on 2018 Kansas gubernatorial race Jul 12, 2018

Jeff Colyer: Kansas prohibited slavery and prohibited abortion together

Kansas was founded on the idea that all people have value. EVERYONE has a God-given right to life and liberty. As a doctor, I've seen newborn babies, who no one gave a chance, thrive. I've seen mothers frightened by a scary ultrasound, only to rejoice at their child's wedding 20 years later. When Kansas first entered the Union, two of our first laws emphasized basic human dignity. As a free state, Kansas prohibited slavery. The same Founders--whose names appear on these walls--passed laws prohibiting abortion. That same constitution that prohibited slavery did NOT mention a RIGHT to an abortion. Yet, a Kansas Court issued a ruling which argues the framers of the Kansas constitution imagined abortion as a separate constitutional right.

This is violence against basic facts. This cannot stand. We are a pro-life state. On the issue of life, the stakes are SO high, the issue is SO foundational, the people of Kansas MUST have the final say.

Source: 2018 Kansas Inauguration/State of the State speech Feb 8, 2018

Sam Brownback: I dream of cherishing life at every stage

I dream of a culture of life where every life at every stage is celebrated and cherished. You have already done much to create this. With all the legislation protecting and honoring life you have passed, there have been 17,000 fewer abortions in the past six years than in the prior six-years. 17,000 we must not go back now!
Source: 2018 Kansas State of the State address Jan 9, 2018

Carl Brewer: Supports reproductive rights

I promise to protect and expand women and children's health care access. This must include access to the full spectrum of women's reproductive health care needs. We must reduce the teen pregnancy rate and tackle the extraordinary economic consequences of babies having babies. I will increase access to prenatal care and infant access to primary care, and prioritize reducing Kansas' high infant mortality rate.
Source: 2018 Kansas Gubernatorial website BrewerForKansas.com Sep 15, 2017

Jeff Colyer: Staunchly anti-abortion

Although Colyer's voting record during his two years in the Kansas House and two years in the state Senate tells us very little, on one issue his rabid views are clear. Colyer is staunchly anti-abortion. That undoubtedly is one of the key reasons Brownback picked him as his running mate twice. On a Richter scale of opposing abortion, Colyer is near the top.
Source: Kansas City Star OpEd on 2018 Kansas governor race May 26, 2017

Wink Hartman: Protect life from conception to natural death

There is no state in America that has more consistently led the charge on protection of life than Kansas. I am a pro-life candidate and will be a pro-life Governor. If elected, I will promote, sign and defend Legislation that will protect life from conception to natural death.
Source: 2018 Kansas governor campaign website HartmanForKansas.com May 2, 2017

Ron Estes: Lead the fight to protect the unborn

?I believe that every human being has an inalienable right to life. I am proudly pro-life, and as your Congressman, I will lead the fight to protect the unborn. One of my top priorities will be to defund Planned Parenthood. American taxpayers should not be forced to fund organizations that perform abortions.
Source: 2017 Kansas House campaign website EstesForCongress.com Apr 11, 2017

Ron Estes: Strong advocate for the unborn

Kansans for Life endorsed Ron Estes in his run for US Congress. The endorsement email sent to KFL members says:

"Ron Estes is running as the Republican candidate and has been endorsed by Kansans for Life. Ron has been actively involved with Kansans for Life for a number of years and is a regular attender at KFL events around the state. We are very excited to have Ron as our candidate and believe he will be a strong advocate for the unborn in Washington D.C.

"His opponent, James Thompson, has said that he hopes to remove all restrictions on abortion, including repealing the Hyde Amendment which prevents tax-payer money from funding abortions. It is critical that pro-lifers get out to vote for Ron Estes."

Source: Press release, "KFL", on 2017 Kansas House campaign website Mar 9, 2017

Jerry Moran: Life from conception is sacred and must be defended

Q: Under what circumstances should abortion be allowed?

Moran: I am, and always have been, pro-life. Life is precious and deserves our respect and protection. During my time in Congress, I have used my voice and vote to further the cause of life and defend the unborn. Science demonstrates that each human life begins at conception and I believe that the right to life guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution is vested in each human being. This right is sacred and must be defended. I support legislation protecting life at its earliest stages, and in response to the practices of convicted abortion provider Kermit Gosnell, I sponsor a ban on abortions performed after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Furthermore, I believe that taxpayer dollars should not be used to fund the end of innocent human life through elective abortion and have voted to prevent the use of public money for this practice.

Source: 2016 AFA Action iVoterGuide on 2016 Kansas Senate race Nov 8, 2016

Roger Marshall: Opposes any efforts to use taxpayer funding for abortions

Marshall is staunchly pro-life and will oppose any efforts to ever use taxpayer funding for abortions. As a physician who has delivered over 5,000 babies in Kansas over the last 25 years, Dr. Marshall sees human life at it's most vulnerable state every day: in the womb of the mother. "I believe that life begins at conception."

During residency training, Dr. Marshall specifically chose a program that did not teach or perform abortions. Upon completing residency, he purposefully chose to work in hospitals that do not perform these awful procedures. He stands for life everyday, and will stand for life in Congress. No matter what.

"I have committed my professional life to bringing life into this world and I know a child is a living creation of God prior to what we recognize as birth. I encourage those who advocate for so-called "choice" to visit my office and to talk to the many brave women who have brought joy into this world even through the most difficult circumstances."-- Roger Marshall

Source: 2016 Kansas House campaign website KansansForMarshall.com Nov 8, 2016

Patrick Wiesner: A woman bears the burdens; so trust her judgment

On Choice: It's a woman's decision. She knows her health and unique situation better than anyone else. She has the most at stake.

Congress does not have the knowledge or consequences to be involved. Institutions as inherently dysfunctional as the federal and state legislatures cannot possibly have the insight, empathy, or wisdom necessary to dictate the outcome on this most personal circumstance of a woman.

Finally, the courts are too slow and public to be a decision forum when time and privacy are the most important. Here also, a judge is unlikely to have any medical expertise. A judge's decision cannot be better than one made by a woman who is closest to the matter.

A woman bears the burdens; it's her choice. I trust her judgment.

Source: 2016 Kansas Senate campaign website WiesnerForSenate.com Aug 31, 2016

Sam Brownback: Need to permanently end tax funding for Planned Parenthood

In 2011, I signed legislation stopping most taxpayer funding from going to Planned Parenthood. The time has come to finish the job. Planned Parenthood's trafficking of baby body parts is antithetical to our belief in human dignity. Today, I am directing Secretary Susan Mosier to ensure that not a single dollar of taxpayer money goes to Planned Parenthood through our Medicaid program. I welcome legislation that would enshrine this directive in state law.
Source: 2016 State of the State speech to Kansas legislature Jan 12, 2016

Kris Kobach: Planned Parenthood like Nazi doctor

He compares Planned Parenthood to the infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele and blasts President Obama for opposing congressional Republicans' efforts to defund it. "You couldn't even write a science fiction book about politics in America that would be this weird," he says.
Source: Wichita Eagle on 2018 Kansas gubernatorial race Sep 26, 2015

Sam Brownback: Prohibit dismemberment abortion except for life of mother

Legislative Summary: SB95: The bill prohibits the performance of or the attempt to perform a dismemberment abortion unless the procedure is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman or a continuation of the pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.

Analysis by Topeka Capital-Journal: Kansas doctors will be banned from performing a procedure used in 8% of the state's abortions. The legislation bans so-called dismemberment abortions, prohibiting the use of dilation and evacuation--techniques that can result in parts of the fetus being severed apart. About 600 abortions are performed in the state annually using the procedure. Kansas is the first state to ban the procedure.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 31-9-0 on Feb/20/15; Passed House 98-26-1 on Mar/25/15; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/7/15.

Source: Topeka Capital-Journal analysis: Kansas voting records SB95 Apr 7, 2015

Barbara Bollier: Allow D&E abortion (dilation and evacuation)

Legislative Summary: SB95: The bill prohibits the performance of or the attempt to perform a dismemberment abortion unless the procedure is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman or a continuation of the pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.

Analysis by Topeka Capital-Journal: Kansas doctors will be banned from performing a procedure used in 8% of the state's abortions. The legislation bans so-called dismemberment abortions, prohibiting the use of dilation and evacuation--techniques that can result in parts of the fetus being severed apart. About 600 abortions are performed in the state annually using the procedure. Kansas is the first state to ban the procedure.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 31-9-0 on Feb/20/15; Passed House 98-26-1 on Mar/25/15; State Rep. Barbara Bollier voted NO; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/7/15.

Source: Topeka Capital-Journal analysis: Kansas voting records SB95 Mar 25, 2015

Jake LaTurner: Prohibit dismemberment abortion except for life of mother

Legislative Summary: SB95: The bill prohibits the performance of or the attempt to perform a dismemberment abortion unless the procedure is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman or a continuation of the pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.

Analysis by Topeka Capital-Journal: Kansas doctors will be banned from performing a procedure used in 8% of the state's abortions. The legislation bans so-called dismemberment abortions, prohibiting the use of dilation and evacuation--techniques that can result in parts of the fetus being severed apart. About 600 abortions are performed in the state annually using the procedure. Kansas is the first state to ban the procedure.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 31-9-0 on Feb/20/15; State Sen. Jake LaTurner co-sponsored bill and voted YES; Passed House 98-26-1 on Mar/25/15; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/7/15.

Source: Topeka Capital-Journal analysis: Kansas voting records SB95 Feb 20, 2015

Laura Kelly: Allow D&E abortion (dilation and evacuation)

Legislative Summary: SB95: The bill prohibits the performance of or the attempt to perform a dismemberment abortion unless the procedure is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman or a continuation of the pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.

Analysis by Topeka Capital-Journal: Kansas doctors will be banned from performing a procedure used in 8% of the state's abortions. The legislation bans so-called dismemberment abortions, prohibiting the use of dilation and evacuation--techniques that can result in parts of the fetus being severed apart. About 600 abortions are performed in the state annually using the procedure. Kansas is the first state to ban the procedure.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 31-9-0 on Feb/20/15; State Sen. Laura Kelly voted NO; Passed House 98-26-1 on Mar/25/15; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/7/15.

Source: Topeka Capital-Journal analysis: Kansas voting records SB95 Feb 20, 2015

Susan Wagle: Prohibit dismemberment abortion except for life of mother

Legislative Summary: SB95: The bill prohibits the performance of or the attempt to perform a dismemberment abortion unless the procedure is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman or a continuation of the pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function.

Analysis by Topeka Capital-Journal: Kansas doctors will be banned from performing a procedure used in 8% of the state's abortions. The legislation bans so-called dismemberment abortions, prohibiting the use of dilation and evacuation--techniques that can result in parts of the fetus being severed apart. About 600 abortions are performed in the state annually using the procedure. Kansas is the first state to ban the procedure.

Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 31-9-0 on Feb/20/15; State Sen. Susan Wagle co-sponsored bill and voted YES; Passed House 98-26-1 on Mar/25/15; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/7/15.

Source: Topeka Capital-Journal analysis: Kansas voting records SB95 Feb 20, 2015

Greg Orman: Supports access to abortion services

Roberts has voted several times for federal restrictions on access to abortion services. He endorsed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby case in which justices said corporations can decline to cover some medical practices in their employee insurance plans if the corporation believes those practices violate its religious beliefs. "Every American has a right to the free exercise of religion guaranteed by the First Amendment to our Constitution," Roberts said in a statement after the decision.

Orman thinks the Hobby Lobby decision was wrong. "This is a dangerous precedent to set and opens the door to many more court challenges from private employers," his website says. Orman says he supports access to abortion services.

Source: The Kansas City Star on 2014 Kansas Senate race Sep 19, 2014

Pat Roberts: Let insurance plans deny abortions based on employer beliefs

Roberts has voted several times for federal restrictions on access to abortion services. He endorsed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby case in which justices said corporations can decline to cover some medical practices in their employee insurance plans if the corporation believes those practices violate its religious beliefs. "Every American has a right to the free exercise of religion guaranteed by the First Amendment to our Constitution," Roberts said in a statement after the decision.

Orman thinks the Hobby Lobby decision was wrong. "This is a dangerous precedent to set and opens the door to many more court challenges from private employers," his website says. Orman says he supports access to abortion services.

Source: The Kansas City Star on 2014 Kansas Senate race Sep 19, 2014

Randall Batson: Support abortion as a woman's right

Q: Do you support or oppose abortion as a woman's right?

A: Support.

Source: Email interview on Kansas 2014 Senate race with OnTheIssues Sep 19, 2014

Randall Batson: Focus on alternatives such as adoption & foster children

Some families that cannot have children will go to great lengths to do so. Within society there are alternatives, such as adoption and the fostering of children. A voluntary kindred spirit to aid people with social or economic needs is more compassionate. These alternatives to abortion are better than a policy of aggression.
Source: 2014 Kansas Senate campaign site batson4senate.weebly.com Aug 31, 2014

Milton Wolf: Human life begins at conception

Question topic: Human life begins at conception and deserves legal protection at every stage until natural death.

Wolf: Strongly Agree

Question topic: Should abortion be allowed under extenuating circumstances? If so, what circumstances?

Wolf: As a medical doctor, I know that life begins at conception and I believe it should be protected at every stage from conception to natural death. I will fight to achieve that reality as a United States Senator. I am also well aware of the fact that I am judged by my results, not simply my intentions. If a bill where before me that eliminated some abortions but provided exceptions I would vote for that bill because it would save lives today.

Source: Faith2Action iVoterGuide on 2014 Kansas Senate race Jul 2, 2014

Chad Taylor: No prosecution of Planned Parenthood for lost reports

On February 17, Chad Taylor, the Democrat District Attorney for the jurisdiction of the capital city of Kansas, issued a press release saying he'd not be filing any criminal charges concerning abortion report copies needed for felony prosecution of Planned Parenthood. Because Taylor's declaration of "no harm, no foul" was so full of errors (including essential dates and the job of a key informant), its summary disposition of the matter settled nothing.

Taylor's statement signaled the conclusion of a sheriff's investigation begun in November after it was asserted that copies of state reports from Planned Parenthood that should have been in the Attorney General's office had been destroyed. These copies were compliance reports of late-term abortions, that were subpoenaed under a criminal inquisition.

Kansans for Life is asking Taylor to clear up this mess. This affects the integrity of the as-yet-incomplete prosecution of Planned Parenthood for misdemeanors back in 2003.

Source: 2014 Kansas Senate debate coverage by Kansans For Life Feb 20, 2012

Sam Brownback: Favors tightening parental consent laws

Legislative Summary: HB 2035 requires parental consent for abortions involving minors; and expands abortion reporting requirements. The term "fetus" in the law is changed to "unborn child," and a new definition of "human being" is added. Informed consent [will] require the additional statement that the abortion will terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique living human being.

Analysis by ThinkProgress.org: HB 2035 would require parental consent for anyone under 18 to have an abortion. Current law requires that one parent be notified, but neither parent can veto a daughter's abortion. Unsatisfied with tightening parental control, the GOP included provisions that allow family members to sue doctors and force women to agree that they're terminating a human being.Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 24-15-1 on Mar/23/11; Passed House 100-22-3 on Mar/29/11; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/27/11

Source: ThinkProgress.org analysis of Kansas HB 2035 voting records Apr 27, 2011

Laura Kelly: Opposes tightening parental consent laws

Legislative Summary: HB 2035 requires parental consent for abortions involving minors; and expands abortion reporting requirements. The term "fetus" in the law is changed to "unborn child," and a new definition of "human being" is added. Informed consent [will] require the additional statement that the abortion will terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique living human being.

Analysis by ThinkProgress.org: HB 2035 would require parental consent for anyone under 18 to have an abortion. Current law requires that one parent be notified, but neither parent can veto a daughter's abortion. Unsatisfied with tightening parental control, the GOP included provisions that allow family members to sue doctors and force women to agree that they're terminating a human being.Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 24-15-1 on Mar/23/11; State Sen. Laura Kelly voted NO; Passed House 100-22-3 on Mar/29/11; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/27/11

Source: ThinkProgress.org analysis of Kansas HB 2035 voting records Mar 23, 2011

Susan Wagle: Favors tightening parental consent laws

Legislative Summary: HB 2035 requires parental consent for abortions involving minors; and expands abortion reporting requirements. The term "fetus" in the law is changed to "unborn child," and a new definition of "human being" is added. Informed consent [will] require the additional statement that the abortion will terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique living human being.

Analysis by ThinkProgress.org: HB 2035 would require parental consent for anyone under 18 to have an abortion. Current law requires that one parent be notified, but neither parent can veto a daughter's abortion. Unsatisfied with tightening parental control, the GOP included provisions that allow family members to sue doctors and force women to agree that they're terminating a human being.Legislative Outcome: Passed Senate 24-15-1 on Mar/23/11; State Sen. Susan Wagle voted YES; Passed House 100-22-3 on Mar/29/11; Signed by Governor Sam Brownback on Apr/27/11

Source: ThinkProgress.org analysis of Kansas HB 2035 voting records Mar 23, 2011

Jim Slattery: Record in US Congress in support of abortion rights

On the issue of abortion, Jim Slattery, who professes to be a Catholic, has a well-documented record as a U.S. Congressman in support of abortion rights and deregulating the abortion industry. Pat Roberts, on the other hand, has a 100% voting record from the National Right to Life which applauds his staunch stance as an advocate for life and families.
Source: 2008 Kansas Senate Debate in The Kansas Republican Apr 24, 2008

Pat Roberts: Staunch stance as an advocate for life and families

On the issue of abortion, Jim Slattery, who professes to be a Catholic, has a well-documented record as a U.S. Congressman in support of abortion rights and deregulating the abortion industry. Pat Roberts, on the other hand, has a 100% voting record from the National Right to Life which applauds his staunch stance as an advocate for life and families.
Source: 2008 Kansas Senate Debate in The Kansas Republican Apr 24, 2008

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