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after such birth if the fetus does not survive for 12 hours
Originally Posted by mehndi mama
Isn't this unconstitutional? Doesn't EVERYONE have the right to refuse medical treatment for any reason? Doesn't every parent have the right to refuse medical treatment for their children as well? Or has Kansas already thrown that right out of the window?
Originally Posted by paloma
KS is, I believe, one of those alegal states. Maybe jumping on the back of something larger, like a homebirth org. will work.
Originally Posted by AmyB
What you are looking at here is an anti-abortion law in disguise. This isn't a law intended to prevent UC. It is law intended to criminilize miscarriages.
Evergreen- Loving my girls Dylan age8, Ava age 4 and baby Georgia (6/3/11).
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