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In March, a Johnson County, Kan. grand jury, convened as a result of a petition from forced pregnancy terrorists, has refused to issue an indictment against Planned Parenthood after investigating the agency’s clinic in suburban Kansas City.
Last week, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment filed a motion to dismiss Johnson County, Kan., District Attorney Phill Kline's (R) subpoena that requires the department to authenticate records from Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri's clinic....
According to the Kansas City Start the issue with the Department of Health and Environment is whether Kline will be allowed to use as evidence the state health records that are the basis for his prosecution of the family planning agency.
Hopefully the new South Dakota proposed initiative, the one that mandates the submission of the abortion patient's medical history to the Department of Health and makes her medical record available on demand, will be enacted into law so as to spare Comrade Leslee Unruh and other assorted South Dakota forced pregnancy terrorists all the effort Phill Kline has to expand just to get access to some bedtime reading.