Vote YES on Aug 2!

"This is a very important moment for Kansas. If we fail to defend the weakest and most vulnerable in our society, then there is very little hope that our country will respect other vulnerable lives.

Together, we can defeat the 'culture of death' and build a 'culture of life. 'Together, we can make a difference and renew our society so that every human life will be cherished and loved. I want to do all that I can to make Kansas a destination state for life!"

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann D.D.

As Pope Francis reminds us, our parishes need to be “islands of mercy in the midst of a sea of indifference.”

Everyone in the parish community should know where to refer a pregnant woman in need.

Until polls close!

Vote YES for Value Them Both!

"This is a very important moment for Kansas. If we fail to defend the weakest and most vulnerable in our society, then there is very little hope that our country will respect other vulnerable lives.

Together, we can defeat the 'culture of death' and build a 'culture of life.' Together, we can make a difference and renew our society so that every human life will be cherished and loved. I want to do all that I can to make Kansas a destination state for life!"

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann D.D.

As Pope Francis reminds us, our parishes need to be “islands of mercy in the midst of a sea of indifference.” Everyone in the parish community should know where to refer a pregnant woman in need.

 

Until polls close!

Vote YES for Value Them Both!

April 26, 2019

Into Darkness

In 2019, an activist state court radically changed the Kansas Constitution, making it impossible to regulate abortion in even the simplest of ways. This ruling cleared the path for nearly unlimited abortion in Kansas and Kansans have already seen the largest increase in the number of abortions in over 25 years, with the majority performed on out-of-state residents.  Source:  Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, 309 Kan. 610 (2019); Kansas Dept. of Health & Environment “Abortions in Kansas” 2020 report

April 26, 2019

January 22, 2021

The Light Shines

The Value Them Both Amendment passed both the House and the Senate and will appear on the ballot in August 2, 2022. Voting “Yes” for Value Them Both:

  • Will restore our Constitution to the way it was before a 2019 court ruling cleared the path for nearly unlimited abortion in Kansas.
  • Will protect existing commonsense restrictions on the abortion industry.
  • Safeguard Kansans’ ability to have:
    • Parental notification requirements for minor girls
    • Clinic inspection, safety & sanitation standards
    • Prevent late-term and state tax-payer funded abortion
  • Is supported by healthcare professionals because commonsense regulations ensure women will be safer, healthier, and more protected. Source: Minutes for HCR5003-Committee on Federal and State Affairs

While Value Them Both will not stop all abortions, it affirms that Kansans still want to be able to protect babies and women by placing limits on the abortion industry.

January 22, 2021

March 5, 2022

Grassroots Kick-Off

The Value Them Both Amendment Grassroots Campaign kicked off with volunteers ready to take action!

March 5, 2022

July 12, 2022

Deadline to Register to Vote

  • July 13 – Advance Voting Begins
  • July 26 – Deadline for voters to apply for advance ballot
July 12, 2022

August 2, 2022

VOTE YES – Aug 2

We must vote “Yes” to restore our Kansas Constitution and to ensure Kansas does not become a destination state for extreme abortions in unregulated facilities.  Let’s instead make Kansas a destination state for life, protection and support!

August 2, 2022

August 3, 2022

Our Future

If we pass Value them Both, more innocent lives will be saved and more women will be supported to choose a healthier future for themselves.  Life will be victorious!

August 3, 2022
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