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Primary night: Missouri GOP dodges a bullet, setback for Kansas pro-life cause

Aug 03, 2022 View Original Article
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    62% Very Conservative

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  • Policy Leaning

    64% Very Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -11% Negative

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43% : With Tuesday's vote, Kansas became the first state in the nation to vote on an abortion-related issue since the Supreme Court's ruling to overturn federal protections for abortion granted under the 1973 landmark case Roe v. Wade.
43% : The constitutional amendment, backed by a campaign named Value Them Both, would have given elected representatives the ability to pass legislation regulating abortion in Kansas, which was restricted after the state's Supreme Court previously found the 1859 Kansas Constitution grants a "natural right" to abortion.
39% : This fight shows the difficulty that conservatives will have in such states in outlawing abortion altogether, at least without a lot more "hearts and minds" work on the ground.
38% : The "Value Them Both" amendment would have bypassed a state supreme court precedent requiring access to abortion:Residents of Kansas have voted against an amendment to the state's constitution that would have given lawmakers in the state the ability to regulate abortion, the Associated Press projects.

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