Kline still in trouble
Wichita Eagle | 03/01/2005 | Religious group pans Kline subpoenas
Led by a United Methodist minister, members of a religious group favoring abortion rights criticized Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline on Monday for what they called “invasion of privacy” in his bid to obtain personal information about women seeking late-term abortions.
“If this breach of medical privacy is allowed to go forward, no one of us, man or woman, can have confidence that our medical records can be held as private,” said the Rev. Bill Ester, pastor of West Side United Methodist Church and co-chairman of the Kansas Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.