Kansas high court rules non-biological same-sex parent can have parental rights

Kansas City Star: Kansas Supreme Court upholds lesbian mother’s rights
The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Friday that the non-biological mother of children in a same-sex relationship can have the same parental rights as the biological mother.

Jurist: The Kansas Supreme Court [official website] on Friday ruled [opinion, PDF] that a non-biological mother of children conceived using assisted reproductive technologies has parentage rights under Kansas law. Kelly Goudschaal and Marci Frazier were in a committed, long-term, same-sex relationship and had two children via artificial insemination. The couple executed a co-parenting agreement and after they separated, Frazier filed suit to enforce the agreement.