Mary Kay Culp

Kansans for Life

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Executive Director of Kansans for Life

Mary Kay Culp on KCRW

Last week in Kansas, a federal judge intervened to prevent enforcement of new rules that would have shut down two of that state's three abortion clinics.

Abortion Rights and New State Restrictions

Last week in Kansas, a federal judge intervened to prevent enforcement of new rules that would have shut down two of that state's three abortion clinics.

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Last week, Kansas came close to shutting down all but one of the state's three abortion clinics before a federal court intervened.

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Last week, Kansas came close to shutting down all but one of the state's three abortion clinics before a federal court intervened.

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