Targeting an Anti-Choice Extremist

Excerpt: Upon taking office as Kansas attorney general in 2003, Phill Kline began to review the KDHE (Kansas Department of Health and Environment) reports to see just how it was that late-term abortions had actually increased in Kansas after a tough law had been passed to stop them.

In reviewing the reports, Kline noticed that in the spaces provided for "reasons" and "basis," Dr. George Tiller, the nation's leading late-term abortionist, offered no medical diagnosis.

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