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How to Interpret the Kansas Referendum on Abortion

How to Interpret the Kansas Referendum on Abortion

Update: 2022-08-0410
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This episode contains mention of sexual assault. 

Kansas this week became the first U.S. state since the fall of Roe v. Wade to put the question of abortion directly to the electorate.

The result was resounding. Voters chose overwhelmingly to preserve abortion rights, an outcome that could have important political reverberations for the rest of the country.

Guest: Mitch Smith, a correspondent covering the Midwest and the Great Plains for The New York Times.

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Indiana doesn't trust leaving the vote of how reproductive rights stand to the voters. the powers that be want to make that decision for them.

Aug 6th
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How to Interpret the Kansas Referendum on Abortion

How to Interpret the Kansas Referendum on Abortion

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