Kansas lawmakers debate abortion costs, contest pissing abilities

Based on the three-hour debates reps in the Kansas House engage in, maybe they haven’t noticed we have a $400 million deficit.

On Wednesday, the House debated a bill that would alter life insurance regulation. But that wasn’t enough — no, no — because some reps decided to tack on a provision that would stop insurers from covering abortions, except when the pregnancy threatens the mother’s life. Women who still wanted abortions would have to pay a higher rate, and they’d have to make sure they bought all of their insurance before they got pregnant. Of course, that’s hard to plan as the legislation doesn’t have any exceptions for rape or incest. No exceptions for fetal abnormalities, either.

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