A constitutional “right to abortion” in Kansas?

Publié le 13 May, 2019

Last Friday, the highest court in Kansas deduced a “right to abortion” from the State Constitution According to the court, the “equal and inalienable rights” proclaimed in the Bill of Rights of the Kansas Constitution imply a “natural right of personal autonomy”. According to the court, this includes the right to “control one’s own body” and to decide whether or not to continue a pregnancy. Based on this right to abortion, it blocked the 2015 law prohibiting abortion after the second trimester of pregnancy (see Kansas bans abortion after 12 weeks of pregnancy).

Washington Times, John Hanna (26/04/2019)


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