Pro-choice movement goes on offensive


WICHITA, Kansas - We’re days away from the preliminary hearing for Scott Roeder, the man accused of murdering Dr. George Tiller almost two months ago.

Saturday, for the first time ever, pro-choice groups from across the state got together and vowed to become more vocal in their fight. The Kansas chapter of the National Organization for Women says the grassroots women’s movement in Kansas has been shrinking over the past years and in some cases disappearing.  That is why nearly 100 activists including politicians and lobbyists strategized Saturday on how to change that.

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