“This law requires doctors to work against their own Hippocratic oath, and politicians should not be intruding on the doctor-patient relationship, inserting falsehoods in their crusade to violate women’s agency and reproductive freedoms,” said Letitia Harmon, policy director at the Kansas ACLU.
Lauren Bonds, legal director and interim executive director at ACLU Kansas, will be the guest speaker at 7 p.m. Friday during the May meeting of the Hutchinson NAACP in the Alumni Room at the Hutchinson Community College Student Center.
“We are thrilled that our clients will get the help they need,” said Lauren Bonds, interim executive [director] of ACLU of Kansas.
After drawing criticism for the removal of three college students last month, officials in the Kansas Statehouse have agreed to allow small, non-disruptive protests during next month’s legislative veto session.
The Shawnee Mission School District has settled a lawsuit filed against them by the ACLU.
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