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Kansans for Life releases 2024 agenda ahead of rally

With abortions skyrocketing in Kansas due to a court ruling and defeat of a 2022 pro-life referendum, Kansans for Life is adjusting its agenda for 2024.

On Thursday, the state’s largest pro-life organization released its goals for the new year including encouraging Kansans to be more pro-active in the cause of life.

“Now, more than ever, is the time for Kansans to focus on policies that will actually save lives in spite of the Kansas Supreme Court’s extreme 2019 Hodes ruling,” said Mackenzie Haddix, KFL Deputy Director of Communications.

“With abortion industry statistics showing exponential increases of up to 20,000 abortions performed in Kansas in 2023, it is clear far too many women are being pushed to believe abortion is their only choice. Our legislative agenda seeks to provide compassionate help for any woman in need,” said Haddix.

KFL will encourage citizens to engage legislators on numerous life issues. Some of those include:

  • Enact life-affirming tax reforms
  • Protect women from coerced abortions
  • Safeguard women’s health through the Ultrasound Safety Act
  • Protect and expand “Alternatives to Abortion” funds
  • Begin child support at conception
  • Improve abortion reporting

The organization is co-sponsoring the annual Kansas March and Rally for Life in Topeka on Wednesday, January 24. The event typically draws Kansans from across the state.  More information can be obtained HERE.

–Dwight Widaman | MV



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