Sedgwick County commissioners plan to ask the governor and health leaders to reconsider an exemption allowing abortion services to continue during the COVID-19 crisis. Women’s health clinics, like other medical offices, are classified as essential businesses and are allowed to stay open during the state and county stay-at-home orders. The commissioners voted 4 to 1 Wednesday to recommend that the clinics temporarily stop performing abortion services. The commissioners plan to send a letter to...
Special Coverage: Coronavirus and COVID-19
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Commentary & Podcasts
While it's tough to get out and do much these days, KMUW's Jordan Kirtley brings us the "Next Best Thing"—what we hope will be a very limited series where we look at ways we can stay connected through *virtual* events and activities.