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Kansas Kicks Off String of Abortion Ballot Measures Post-Roe

California, Kentucky, Montana and Vermont are next.

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Kansas Voters Reject Measure to Ban Abortions

Kansas was the first state where voters got to cast their ballots on abortion since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. At least four others—California, Kentucky, Montana and Vermont—will follow suit later this year.

It’s the highest number of abortion-related ballot measures ever to appear in a single year, according to Ballotpedia, a nonprofit that tracks elections.