Odds are that Gov. Mark Parkinson, for the second year, will overrule state legislators' cut of federal funding to Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri. If so, he'll be recognizing the reality that the pass-through federal dollars are not spent — and cannot lawfully be spent — on Planned Parenthood's abortion services in Overland Park, but rather fund low-income health and family planning services at clinics in Wichita and Hays. A separate clinic in Dodge City also could be affected. Cutting the funding would not reduce the number of abortions in the state, but likely would increase the number of unplanned pregnancies. Is that what anti-abortion lawmakers really want?