Topeka Anti-abortion lawmakers in Kansas are pushing again to rewrite state law regulating late-term procedures.
Several legislators said Tuesday they’re focusing on proposals to increase reporting requirements for abortions performed after the 21st week of pregnancy.
They want to compel doctors to disclose the exact medical diagnosis justifying late-term abortions.
Three senators and three House members planned to meet Thursday to discuss drafting new legislation.
The reporting proposals were part of a bill last year that also would have allowed patients or their families to sue doctors over potentially illegal abortions.
The measure was vetoed in April 2009 by then-Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who questioned whether the bill was constitutional.