Kansas abortion debate shifts focus to medical board

TOPEKA | Abortion opponents had long hoped to see Dr. George Tiller prosecuted, anticipating it could close his Wichita clinic, among a few in the U.S. performing late-term abortions.

Now, in a twist that would have seemed inconceivable to them just a year ago, they’re pinning their hopes on the state board that licenses and regulates physicians. Anti-abortion groups had long derided the Board of Healing Arts as too lax, particularly with abortion providers.

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