Posted in Blog, elections, Kansas legislators, tagged Bill Light, Don Myers, Don Svaty, Governor-elect Brownback, Jeff Whitham, John Faber, KFL PAC, Margaret Long, Melvin Neufeld, Pat Maloney, Shirley Palmer, Steve Lukert on November 5, 2010|
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Closing in on a pro-life Kansas
Tuesday’s Kansas election results are final and it was a huge victory for life! All Kansas members of the U.S. Congress and Senate will aggressively fight to turn back ‘Obamacare’ with its abortion promotion and rationed healthcare threats.
Our goal at Kansans for Life has always been to create a Kansas where all unborn children and their mothers are protected and welcomed. Gov.-elect Brownback has stated that he will sign all pro-life bills that get to his desk, and we are designing a legislative agenda with that in mind.
We made a net gain of thirteen new House reps that are pro-life,
- bringing the 125 member total to 88 pro-life and 37 pro-abortion;
- 79 out of 92 Republican reps are pro-life;
- 9 out of 33 Democrat reps are pro-life.
11 districts with hard-core Democrat pro-abortion incumbents were replaced with self-identified pro-life (more…)
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Posted in Blog, Culture of Life, Health Care Reform, Kansas, Kansas Abortion Law, National, tagged Alexandra's House, Brenda Spurlock, Douglas Johnson, Lance Kinzer, Melvin Neufeld, Mike Kiegerl, Woman's Right to Know & See on November 20, 2009|
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Kansas City Ezine reports abortion supporters are now running a national TV ad about the current House-passed health reform because it contains the Stupak-Pitts amendment, barring new ways to spend tax monies on insurance that funds abortion. (The new Senate health reform bill unveiled yesterday has no Stupak-type prohibition.)
Pushing for taxpayer-funded elective abortion is of course immoral, but it’s also a change in long-standing federal policy. Nevertheless, the ad features a woman complaining that her federal job insurance would not pay for a $5,000 abortion of an unborn child diagnosed with anencephaly, a spinal (more…)
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