By Cheryl Sullenger
Topeka, Kansas - Just a few years ago, Kansas was home to seven abortion facilities, including the largest late-term abortion center outside Communist China, and was considered the prime destination for late-term abortions that were illegal in most other states.
However, the abortion landscape has drastically changed in Kansas as demand for abortion continues to dramatically decrease, a trend that began the year Operation Rescue moved its national headquarters to Wichita in 2002.
According to a preliminary abortion report released last week by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, abortion numbers recorded in 2015decreased 4.4 percent over the previous year.
Since 2001, abortions have decreased in Kansas by an impressive 44 percent.