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Planned Parenthood allowed to join suit challenging Ky abortion clinic rules, judge says
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Planned Parenthood allowed to join suit challenging Ky abortion clinic rules, judge says

The Courier-Journal - June 23, 2017

Planned Parenthood will be allowed to join a federal lawsuit challenging state regulations it and another clinic claim are being improperly used by officials ...

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Abortion bill gags clergy | Derek L. Penwell
The Courier-Journal, Kentucky - February 6, 2017

At its core, HB 149 would prevent public funds from being used, granted, paid, or distributed to any entity, organization, or individual that provides abortion services or that is an affiliate of an entity, organization, or individual that provides abortion services. ...

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Louisville-based abortion provider sues Ky. officials over pro-life ultrasound law
WDRB, Kentucky - January 9, 2017

(WDRB) -- Kentucky's only abortion center, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), has filed a federal lawsuit against several Kentucky officials over new legislation that would require women to view an ultrasound before getting an abortion.In ...

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Labor, abortion bills get final approval from Kentucky legislature
WDRB, Kentucky - January 7, 2017

(WDRB) -- Bills reshaping union dues and wages on public construction projects in Kentucky are on their way to becoming law after getting final approval from the state legislature on Saturday.Measures requiring ultrasounds before abortions and banning abort

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Abortion ban, anti-union bills are nearly law
The Courier-Journal, Kentucky - January 5, 2017

FRANKFORT, Ky. â Republicans pressed on with their legislative onslaught Thursday, advancing proposals on abortion, labor unions and the reorganization of the University of Louisville's board of trustees. The bills could become law this week if the ...

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High Court denies effort to reopen abortion clinic
The Courier-Journal, Kentucky - August 25, 2016

They learned that the facility solely offered abortion-related services and saw what they perceived as unsafe and unsanitary conditions there, including dust-covered medical equipment and long-expired medications, according to the decision the Supreme ...

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