A Kansas abortion clinic is challenging a new Kansas restriction on telemedicine abortions.

The law, set to take effect Jan. 1, 2019, requires doctors to be physically present when a woman takes medication obtained through electronic means to end her pregnancy.

Trust Women Wichita sued the state Nov. 8 in Kansas District Court for the Third Judicial District, asking the court to block the ban and ensure women have access to telemedicine abortion in the state.

The law will force...