The vote Thursday night was 25-13, two short of the two-thirds majority needed.
The bill would have required doctors who perform late-term abortions to submit more detailed reports on each procedure. It would also have allowed lawsuits against doctors if a woman later came to believe her late-term abortion was illegal.
And county prosecutors would have had more authority to file criminal charges over questionable abortions throughout Kansas.
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