In this 2015, file photo, Shawnee County District Court Judge Franklin Theis addresses the state's attorneys during a case at the Shawnee County Courthouse in Topeka Theis ruled Dec. 31, 2018, that Kansas cannot stop telemedicine abortions, thwarting the latest attempt by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from providing pregnancy-ending pills to women they see by remote video conferences.
In this 2015, file photo, Shawnee County District Court Judge Franklin Theis addresses the state's attorneys during a case at the Shawnee County Courthouse in Topeka Theis ruled Dec. 31, 2018, that Kansas cannot stop telemedicine abortions, thwarting the latest attempt by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from providing pregnancy-ending pills to women they see by remote video conferences. File photo AP
In this 2015, file photo, Shawnee County District Court Judge Franklin Theis addresses the state's attorneys during a case at the Shawnee County Courthouse in Topeka Theis ruled Dec. 31, 2018, that Kansas cannot stop telemedicine abortions, thwarting the latest attempt by state lawmakers to prevent doctors from providing pregnancy-ending pills to women they see by remote video conferences. File photo AP