Thursday, February 24, 2005

Reproductive Rights Alert! - Kansas



From a Green Bay, WI ABC affiliate :

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kansas attorney general seeking records of women who had late-term abortions
WICHITA, Kan. The attorney general of Kansas wants to know the detailed history of the sex lives of nearly 90 women who received late-term abortions.

Court documents show that Phill Kline wants to search the documents for evidence of crimes under laws that limit late-term abortions and require mandatory reporting of suspected child sexual abuse.

Under the order signed by a judge, the attorney general would get records that would include each patient's name, medical history, details of her sex life, birth control practices and psychological profile.

The Wichita Eagle says two medical clinics have asked the Kansas Supreme Court to intercede.

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