Kansas has a new anti-DEI law, but the governor has vetoed bills on abortion and even police dogs


April 24, 2024

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' Democratic governor on Friday vetoed proposed tax breaks for anti-abortion counseling centers while allowing restrictions on college diversity initiatives approved by the Republican-controlled Legislature to become law without her signature.

Gov. Laura Kelly also vetoed a bill with bipartisan support to increase the penalties for killing a law enforcement dog or horse, a move that the GOP leader who pushed it called "political pettiness." In addition, she rejected two elections measures fueled at least in part by the influence of people promoting baseless election c...

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