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Lawmakers vote for big changes on divorce, maternity care, and children seeking gender-affirming surgery

While taxes and the budget mesmerized most of the Statehouse on Thursday and early Friday, the Legislature passed several other memorable and controversial bills. Among them, the “Kansas child mutilation prevention act,” which would make possible suing the practitioner for civil damages and would cost the doctor his/her license to practice. The measure passed the ...
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