Kansas: Brownback Administration Offers Unborn Protection
Thanks be to God for Governor Sam Brownback!
For 13 years, the Kansas law banning abortions of viable unborn children has been thwarted by abortionists and the state Health department. With a new pro-life governor and pro-life dominated House, however, that situation is about to end.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s new Health (KDHE) Secretary, Dr. Robert Moser, told the Associated Press Monday that his department’s interpretation of a law requiring physicians to file late-term abortion reports is different than how the law has been enforced in the past.
Moser said doctors must spell out the medical reasons. “It’s pretty straightforward,” he said. “We’re not looking at changing the forms at all. They’re adequate. It’s just the information that needs to be provided in there needs to be accurate, just like any other reporting form. That’s all we’re looking for — accuracy.”