Kentucky Right to Life responds to class-action lawsuit challenging two Kentucky laws regulating abortion

“We are reviewing the class-action lawsuit filed today challenging two Kentucky laws, the Trigger law-restricting abortions except for the life of the mother and the Heartbeat law which limits abortions once fetal cardiac activity is detected, at approximately six weeks,” said Addia Wuchner, Executive Director Kentucky Right to Life

“I have been in contact with Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office, who holds the responsibility of defending the laws of the Commonwealth. They are currently reviewing the case.

“The complaint states the expectant mother is 8 weeks pregnant and seeking the right to terminate her pregnancy.

“Our life affirming focus has not altered, we have always supported and continue to support the dignity and value of all life, particularly the humanity of the unborn child. As Kentucky’s oldest statewide prolife organization, Kentucky Right to Life and our Chapters throughout Commonwealth strive to foster a culture of life that protects the most vulnerable, as well as a cultivating a society that respects and affirms women with compassion and support”.