It now goes to the Kansas senate.
"The bill (House Bill 2115) would require doctors to submit more detailed reports to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment about abortions of viable fetuses after the 21st week of pregnancy. Such abortions are allowed in Kansas only to save the woman's life or prevent major damage to her mental health. Also, the bill would allow patients to file lawsuits against physicians if there was evidence an abortion was conducted in violation of state law, including if the paperwork was done incorrectly."No doctor in Kansas is known to perform late-term abortions since last year's murder of Dr. George Tiller. Tiller's killer, Scott Roeder, was found guilty of his murder and sentenced to 50 years in prison.