Dr. Ann Neuhaus, middle, sits with her attorney Bob Eye, right, during a Kansas Board of Healing Arts hearing in 2012. The board issued an order this month revoking Neuhaus’ license for a third time after she successfully challenged two previous revocations in court. Neuhaus provided second opinions that allowed George Tiller to perform late-term abortions in Kansas before Tiller was killed by an anti-abortion activist.
Dr. Ann Neuhaus, middle, sits with her attorney Bob Eye, right, during a Kansas Board of Healing Arts hearing in 2012. The board issued an order this month revoking Neuhaus’ license for a third time after she successfully challenged two previous revocations in court. Neuhaus provided second opinions that allowed George Tiller to perform late-term abortions in Kansas before Tiller was killed by an anti-abortion activist. Staff file photo
Dr. Ann Neuhaus, middle, sits with her attorney Bob Eye, right, during a Kansas Board of Healing Arts hearing in 2012. The board issued an order this month revoking Neuhaus’ license for a third time after she successfully challenged two previous revocations in court. Neuhaus provided second opinions that allowed George Tiller to perform late-term abortions in Kansas before Tiller was killed by an anti-abortion activist. Staff file photo

Former Tiller colleague again mulling legal options in medical license fight

July 24, 2017 4:08 PM