Kentucky Trial Begins As State Might Become The First In The Union Without One

Governor Bevin of Kentucky has attorneys fighting the ACLU and Planned Parenthood regarding the last abortion clinic in the state. The facility has been breaking the state law without compunction, and Bevin wants it shut down.

Governor Bevin of Kentucky has attorneys fighting the ACLU and Planned Parenthood regarding the last abortion clinic in the state. The facility has been breaking the state law without compunction, and Bevin wants it shut down.

A trial in federal court is underway to see if Kentucky will become the first state in America to have no operating abortion clinics. As is expected, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is helping fund the lawsuit that involves the governor and the EMW Women’s Surgical Center, located in Louisville.

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has alleged that the clinic is failing to comply with state health regulations and should be shut down. The argument involves a transfer agreement, but abortion advocates say that it’s just a cover up to establish more barriers for women who want to end the life of their unborn child.

On Wednesday morning, attorneys from the clinic and Planned Parenthood of Indiana (although it’s not their fight) faced off with the state administration concerning the legal issue.

The governor has promised to hold abortion clinics responsible for their non-compliance. However, liberal groups are fighting tooth and nail to keep abortion facilities in the state.

The governor has promised to hold abortion clinics responsible for their non-compliance. However, liberal groups are fighting tooth and nail to keep abortion facilities in the state.

Brigitte Amiri, an attorney with …

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