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Mary Kay Culp

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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.

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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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