Kansas is predominantly a pro-life state with a pro-life legislature. But abortions–even late-term abortions of viable children–will be legal in Kansas even if the Supreme Court reverses Roe v. Wade. This is because the state Supreme Court ruled that under the Kansas constitution abortion has to be seen as an “inalienable” right.
In 2015, the state of Kansas passed a law prohibiting “dilation and evacuation abortions,” the technique used in late term abortions of dismembering a child in the womb and then extracting the parts, piece by piece. An abortion provider filed suit to challenge that law, and the case made its way to the state Supreme Court.