Kansas Monitor - October 10

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Dear supporter,

We’re taking back the narrative about Planned Parenthood and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Stand with us by sharing your story of what Planned Parenthood means to you. With politicians determined to amend the state constitution to strip away the right to safe, legal abortion in Kansas, it’s never been more important to show up and speak out. 

Your voice can make a difference in the fight to protect safe, legal abortion in Kansas. Tell us why you stand with the health care that Planned Parenthood provides, which includes abortion. 

Sharing your experience can help us lobby lawmakers, mobilize supporters, and educate communities across Kansas about why protecting access to abortion matters. 

Have you already shared your story? Then volunteer with our Health Center Advocacy Program and help empower others to become involved in the reproductive rights movement. Together, we can protect and advocate for the vital sexual and reproductive health care services Planned Parenthood provides. 

You can also show your support by participating in one or more of the following ways: 

  1. Attend an event below.

  2. Make a donation.

  3. Follow Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes Kansas on Twitter.

  4. Schedule an appointment at a Planned Parenthood health center near you.

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See you in the field,

Rachel Sweet
Regional Director of Public Policy and Organizing
Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes

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Legislative hearing turns up heat for constitutional amendment on abortion, Topeka Capital-Journal

“‘It is quite rare that we amend our state constitution and shocking that legislators would propose amending it to remove, rather than protect, individual rights,’ Sweet said.”

Kansas moving closer to 2020 showdown over abortion after Supreme Court decision, The Wichita Eagle 

“‘It is vital that Kansas legislators realize that they will not be on the right side of history should they allow a vote that could strip rights from Kansas women,’ Rachel Sweet a lobbyist for the group, wrote in a letter to lawmakers. ‘Particularly in light of the threats at the federal level, Kansas must not go backwards.’”

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