Kansas Pro-Life Movement Unites Behind Care and Compassion-Driven Legislative Agenda

Today, thousands of members of the pro-life movement from across the state came together, once again, at the annual Kansas March and Rally for Life.

The event clearly showed the movement’s unwavering support for unified pro-life action that prioritizes care, compassion, and legislative policies that will actually save lives.

Jeanne Gawdun, Kansans for Life Director of Government Relations, provided an overview of KFL’s 2024 legislative priorities, which focus on proposals that protect the safety of women and provide resources for women who choose life for their babies.

Tatiana Bergum, human trafficking victim advocate, spoke on the connections between coerced abortion, human trafficking, and the abortion industry. 

Kansas Senate President Ty Masterson and Kansas House Speaker Dan Hawkins also addressed the crowd, while pro-life legislators stood in support of the shared life-saving agenda. 

“Today’s rally shows the pro-life movement will continue to work, day and night, to protect life, defend both mother and child, and provide what the abortion industry never will — authentic care and compassion for women facing unexpected pregnancies,” said Danielle Underwood, KFL Director of Communications.