Chancellors vote to uphold abortion rights in their state – NBC Chicago

Kansas voters Tuesday rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would remove the language that enshrines reproductive rights in their state, in a move widely seen as a victory for abortion rights activists.

The proposed change marked the first time in the US that voters have voted for abortion since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.

A voting question, known as the “Value Them Both Amendment”, asked: voters to decide whether the state’s constitution should continue to protect abortion rights.

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