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If Kentucky Can Close an Unsafe Abortion Clinic There Will be No More Abortions There

In a case of national importance, two Kentucky abortion facilities are in Federal Court in an attempt to argue that enforcement of state laws requiring hospital transfer agreements is a political and religious ploy to “make abortion illegal in Kentucky,” according to Brigitte Amiri, an ACLU attorney for EMW Women’s Center, the last active abortion […]
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