Long Overdue Bill Regulating Abortion Clinics Passes Kansas House

March 31, 2011

The House of Representatives passed legislation regulating abortion clinics today by a vote of 97-26.  The legislation now goes to the Senate where time is running out on the legislative session.  The Kansas Catholic Conference testified earlier in the year in favor of the legislation.

FIND YOUR REPRESENTATIVE HERE AND SEE HOW THEY HE OR SHE VOTED

Yeas 97; Nays 26; Absent or not voting: 2.  (63 needed for passage)

Yeas:  Alford, Arpke, Aurand, Bethell, Billinger, Boman, Bowers, Brookens, Brown, Bruchman, Brunk, Burgess, Burroughs, Calloway, Carlson, Cassidy, Collins, Colloton, Crum, DeGraaf, Denning, Donohoe, Fawcett, Feuerborn, Frownfelter, Garber, D. Gatewood, Goico, Gonzalez, Goodman, Grange, Grant, Gregory, Grosserode, Hayzlett, Hedke, Henry, Hermanson, Hildabrand, Hineman, Hoffman, C. Holmes, M. Holmes, Howell, Huebert, Johnson, Kelley, Kelly, Kerschen, Kiegerl, Kinzer, Kleeb, Knox, Landwehr, Mast, McLeland, Meier, Meigs, Mesa, Montgomery, Mosier, Moxley, O’Brien, O’Hara, O’Neal, Osterman, Otto, Patton, Pauls, Peck, Peterson, Phelps, Pottorff, Powell, Prescott, Proehl, Rhoades, Rubin, Ryckman, Scapa, Schroeder, Schwab, Schwartz, Seiwert, Shultz, Siegfreid, Smith, Spalding, Suellentrop, Swanson, Tyson, Vickrey, Weber, Wetta, Williams, B. Wolf, Worley.

Nays:  Ballard, Bollier, Carlin, Davis, Dillmore, Finney, Flaharty, S. Gatewood, Henderson, Hill, Kuether, Lane, Loganbill, Mah, McCray-Miller, Roth, Ruiz, Slattery, Sloan, Tietze, Trimmer, Victors, Ward, Winn, K. Wolf, Wolfe Moore.

Absent or not voting:  Fund, Gordon.

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