Kansas

In 2011, Kansas banned abortion care beginning at 22 weeks dating from a woman’s last menstrual period (or 20 weeks post-fertilization). The law contains only limited exceptions for situations in which an abortion would be necessary to either save a woman’s life or to prevent the risk of substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function. The bill excludes mental health from this narrow health exception and prohibits a physician from performing an abortion even if he or she believes there is a risk that the woman may commit suicide or otherwise harm herself. The ban is currently in effect. 

Restrictions: 
Unconstitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability
Prohibits later abortion except to preserve a woman's life or physical (but not mental) health
Requires second physician to certify necessity of abortion

Kansas

Enacted legislation:

In 2011, Kansas banned abortion care beginning at 22 weeks dating from a woman’s last menstrual period (or 20 weeks post-fertilization). The law contains only limited exceptions for situations in which an abortion would be necessary to either save a woman’s life or to prevent the risk of substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function. The bill excludes mental health from this narrow health exception and prohibits a physician from performing an abortion even if he or she believes there is a risk that the woman may commit suicide or otherwise harm herself. The ban is currently in effect. 

Pending legislation: N/A
Special notes:

Legislative ban enacted in 2011 on abortions 20 weeks after fertilization/22 weeks LMP.

Restrictions: Unconstitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability | Prohibits later abortion except to preserve a woman's life or physical (but not mental) health | Requires second physician to certify necessity of abortion

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