ASRM Launches Ad Campaign in Kansas Special Election

Voters urged to Vote NO on measure to remove reproductive rights from state constitution.

The American Society Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) today announced the launch of a Kansas ad campaign as voters go to the polls to fend off an effort to strike a standing right to abortion services from the state constitution.

On Tuesday August 2, voters in Kansas will be asked to amend the state constitution to make it clear there is no right to abortion in the constitution. In a 2019 decision, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the state constitution protects a woman’s right to obtain an abortion.

ASRM is urging Kansas voters to vote NO on the constitutional amendment and to preserve the right of patients to obtain the health care procedures they need. The campaign will consist of radio and internet advertising beginning Friday and running through election day.

“We will fight to protect the rights of our members to provide the treatments their patients need, be that a need for contraception, fertility care, management of high-risk pregnancies, or abortion. Patients need access to reproductive medical services, and we will work to ensure they have it. We will take the fight to state capitols, to the halls of Congress, to the courts and to the ballot box.”  Said Marcelle Cedars MD President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

For almost a century, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has been the global leader in multidisciplinary reproductive medicine research, ethical practice, and education. ASRM impacts reproductive care and science worldwide by creating funding opportunities for advancing reproduction research and discovery, by providing evidence-based education and public health information, and by advocating for reproductive health care professionals and the patients they serve. With members in more than 100 countries, the Society is headquartered in Washington, DC, with additional operations in Birmingham, AL.

For more information on this press release, contact: 

J. Benjamin Younger Office of Public Affairs 
726 7th St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
Tel: (202) 863-2494


Riley Rogers
Ph: 240-281-6552
is a patient education website of ASRM.



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