Trust Women Foundation is helping sponsor Voices for Choice, a lobby day May 2 at the Kansas Statehouse.
Events kick off at 9 a.m. with the presentation of the Outstanding Ally in Government, Dr. George Tiller Courage and Next Generation awards. Participants will have a chance to meet with lawmakers and be briefed about relevant bills. Lunch will be served.
More information is available on the Voices for Choice Facebook event page.
To register, click here.
An Oklahoma woman met with Associated Press reporter Sean Murphy to talk about her own experiences terminating a pregnancy because of a fetal anomaly. She spoke out against HB 1549, which would ban physicians from providing abortion care solely because of a fetal indication, on behalf of women everywhere.
Here’s a sneak peek:
The story helps shine light on a proposed law that lacked compassion and was unconstitutional. We are hopeful the bill will not go any further as it did not move to a committee in the Oklahoma Senate.
Read the full story here.
The Kansas House Committee on Federal and State Affairs today passed HB 2319, which requires clinics to disclose additional information about physicians who provide abortion care, on a voice vote.
We will keep you updated about the bill, which is the House version of SB 98.