If a Kansas City, Kan., abortion clinic was a fraction as unsanitary as reports claimed, it’s good that the State Board of Healing Arts voted Saturday to revoke the medical license of Krishna Rajanna.
It’s also good that the Kansas Supreme Court announced last week it will hear arguments in September on Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline’s attempt to access medical records at abortion clinics. The court needs to determine whether there is a legitimate law enforcement reason to release this private information or if, as it appears, Kline is on a fishing expedition.
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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