“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 …Continue reading "Kentucky Right to Life responds to class-action lawsuit challenging two Kentucky laws regulating abortion"
By Dave Andrusko When some very unexpected turn of events occurs, I am always on the lookout for the best possible explanation. Perhaps the biggest surprise this year is the race for governor of Kentucky where incumbent pro-abortion Gov. Andy Beshear was far ahead of pro-life Attorney General Daniel Cameron until the latest poll came …Continue reading "Momentum with pro-life AG Daniel Cameron as he battles against pro-abortion incumbent Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear"
Your voice is heard in your vote.Every Vote Matters The November 7th General elections are fast approaching in Kentucky and it’s essential to vote. Your voice matters and the results will impact every Kentuckian and the future for our children and grandchildren. Low turnout means that the election of Kentucky’s next governor and our constitutional …Continue reading "Elections have Consequences"
By Dave Andrusko In 2022, the number of abortions in Kentucky fell almost 43%, according to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services’ Office of Vital Statistics report released Wednesday. This staggering reduction “correlates directly with the commonwealth’s trigger law banning abortion and a six-week ban, both of which became enforceable last summer with the …Continue reading "Abortions drop by 43% in Kentucky in 2022, trend accelerates in 2023"
By Addia Wuchner, Executive Director of Kentucky Right to Life Kentucky Right to Life celebrates every life saved this past year. We are grateful to Kentucky lawmakers, Attorney General Daniel Cameron and everyone who has prayed, advocated as a voice for the voiceless. We have worked for over 50 years for the human rights of …Continue reading "August 1, 2022 – August 2, 2023: A Life-Affirming Year in Kentucky"
FRANKFORT, Ky. —“Every life is worth protecting, and I will continue to be a voice for mothers, families, and unborn babies throughout our Commonwealth,” said Attorney General Daniel Cameron. “My office has spent the last year vigorously defending our state’s pro-life legislation at every level of the judicial system. Despite baseless legal challenges by abortion …Continue reading "Attorney General Cameron Highlights His Office’s Efforts to Protect Kentucky’s Pro-Life Laws post-Dobbs"
By Kentucky Right to Life Association Immediately after Kentucky’s HB5 and SB9 bills were signed into law, they were challenged by the ACLU on behalf of the EMW clinic. The Bevin Administration has filed a legal brief to defend them. A bulletin states: FRANKFORT, Ky. (August 3, 2019) — Gov. Matt Bevin continued his fight …Continue reading "Kentucky Gov. Bevin files legal brief defending pro-life Anti-Eugenics and Heartbeat Laws"
By Calvin Freiburger August 2, 2019 – Pro-life Republican Gov. Matt Bevin leveled a blistering critique against Attorney General and Democrat gubernatorial opponent Andy Beshear on Thursday for refusing to defend Kentucky’s pro-life laws in court, suggesting that Beshear was essentially bought off by the abortion industry. Kentucky has enacted numerous protections for preborn babies …Continue reading "Ky. governor: Opponent won’t defend pro-life laws because he took ‘blood money’ from abortionists"
By Dave Andrusko The state of Kentucky is engaged in an out-and-out battle with U.S. District Judge Joseph McKinley who on May 10 obliterated the state’s law forbidding the dismemberment of living unborn children as surely as the abortionist extinguishes the life of unborn children. The state has appealed Judge McKinley’s decision to the U.S. …Continue reading "16 states file amicus brief in support of Kentucky’s prohibition against dismembering living unborn children"
By Dave Andrusko Very good and very bad news, on the same day. On Friday, the full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to hear an appeal for a rehearing of a decision made in April in which a split three-judge panel upheld H.B. 2, Kentucky’s ultrasound law. As we reported at the time, …Continue reading "Big win for ultrasound law, temporary setback for ban on dismemberment abortions"
By Dave Andrusko Have you ever noticed that every piece of legislation that promotes life is “controversial” while laws that legalize abortion until birth (and withdraw protections after birth) are celebrated as “victories” no more controversial than the day of the week? Of course you have. Deborah Yetter’s beat for the Louisville Courier-Journal includes abortion. …Continue reading "Beginning today, abortionists must provide information about Abortion Pill Reversal in Kentucky"
By Dave Andrusko No sooner had U.S. District Judge Joseph McKinley struck down Kentucky’s “House Bill 454” ban against dismemberment abortion than Elizabeth Kuhn, communications director for Gov. Matt Bevin, said Friday evening that the administration intends to appeal. “We profoundly disagree with the court’s decision and will take this case all the way to …Continue reading "Kentucky to appeal judge’s ruling striking down ban on the dismemberment of living unborn babies"