The message from Kansas last Tuesday was clear: By a wide margin, voters in this deep-red state acted to protect abortion rights from the whims of conservative lawmakers.
It’s a message that needs to be heard in Congress, especially the Senate, where legislation to preserve abortion rights across the country has garnered only minimal bipartisan support.
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