Fact Checking Medication Abortion “Reversal”

Fact Checking Medication Abortion “Reversal”

If you live around the Kansas City metro area, you may have seen the billboards downtown asking, “Regret taking the abortion pill?” It’s quite a bold question for an anti-abortion group to ask, especially considering their proposal: an unproven process referred to as so-called medication abortion “reversal.”

Kansas House Bill 2274, a medication abortion “reversal” bill introduced last month, would require abortion providers to discuss “reversal” with patients — despite the fact this concept isn’t scientifically proven or medically accurate. What’s more, so-called “reversal” takes aim at a problem that doesn’t really exist. A recent study found that at least 95 percent of women who have an abortion say they made the right decision.

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Kris Kobach is Bad for Kansas Women

Kris Kobach has spent his career attacking access to health care:

  • If elected Governor, Kobach has promised to defund Planned Parenthood, denying thousands of women in Kansas access to preventive health services, including birth control and cancer screenings.

Kansas women deserve a governor who will protect their access to health care — no matter what. Kansas women deserve Laura Kelly.

Through an onslaught of attacks, Laura Kelly has stood firm. As governor, Kelly will stand up for every woman's right to make her own health care decisions.

The stakes are high this election cycle, and sexual and reproductive health is on the line. 

 

Paid for by Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes.

​​​​​​​Why Politicians lie about Fetal Pain

​​​​​​​Why Politicians lie about Fetal Pain

In March, the Missouri House of Representatives passed House Bill 1266. The “so-called” Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act aimed at limiting a woman’s access to safe and legal abortion based on the bogus concept of “fetal pain.” But, is this concept actually real and should it be used to limit access to reproductive health care?

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