Inside a Kansas anti-abortion 'crisis pregnancy center'
Some Republican lawmakers in Kansas want to give millions of taxpayer dollars to crisis pregnancy centers, controversial clinics that try to discourage women from getting abortions. Critics say they're dangerous and misleading people at their most vulnerable.
Kansas lawmakers can’t ban abortion — voters gave a resounding "no" to that last year. So some legislators want to funnel more taxpayer money into anti-abortion counseling centers, or “crisis pregnancy centers.” Rose Conlon of the Kansas News Service visited one of those centers in south-central Kansas.
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