Kentucky Supreme Court denies state AG's request to have abortion ban reinstated

미국. Roe v를 뒤집는 대법원의 6 월 말 결정. Wade는 켄터키주 법을 발동시켰습니다., 인명보호법, that bans all abortions aside from those performed to save the mother’s life or prevent her serious injury.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks to members of the press in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on October 12, 2021 워싱턴, D.C.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks to members of the press in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on October 12, 2021 워싱턴, D.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit on behalf of state abortion providers last week alleging the law unconstitutionally forces women toremain pregnant against their will.

Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry last week issued a temporary restraining order on the law and another law that blocks abortions after six weeks.

KENTUCKY ABORTION LAW TRIGGERED BY SUPREME COURT DECISION BLOCKED BY JUDGE

그때부터, abortions have continued in the state.

토요일에, the Kentucky Court of Appeals denied Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s request to stay the decision and the state high court denied his Sunday request on Tuesday, WDRB-TV reported.

“그만큼 [상태] Supreme Court’s decision to continue delaying enforcement of Kentucky’s Human Life Protection Act and Heartbeat Law is disappointing,” Cameron said Tuesday. “We will not be deterred in defending these important laws, and our team will make a strong case tomorrow in Jefferson Circuit Court to have the laws reinstated.

이상 2 DOZEN STATES TO RESTRICT ABORTIONS AFTER ROE V. WADE OVERTURNED

The outside of Louisville's Planned Parenthood is shown on April 14, 2022.  A judge cleared the way Thursday, 유월 30, for abortions to resume in Kentucky, temporarily blocking the state’s near-total ban on the procedure that was triggered by the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. 걸어 건너기.

The outside of Louisville’s Planned Parenthood is shown on April 14, 2022. A judge cleared the way Thursday, 유월 30, for abortions to resume in Kentucky, temporarily blocking the state’s near-total ban on the procedure that was triggered by the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. 걸어 건너기. (AP Photo/Piper Hudspeth Blackburn, 파일)

Samuel Crankshaw, ACLU Kentucky’s communications manager, also responded to the high court’s denial. “The Kentucky Supreme Court has now denied [AG Cameron’s] second attempt to block an emergency order protecting Kentuckians’ rights to privacy, bodily autonomy, and self-determination, as outlined in the state constitution.

The circuit court will have a hearing on the lawsuit on Wednesday.

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Charles Booker walks with his eldest daughter, Kaylin Booker, during a press conference after addressing the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health case at  on June 24, 2022 in Louisville, 켄터키.

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Charles Booker walks with his eldest daughter, Kaylin Booker, during a press conference after addressing the Supreme Court’s decision in the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health case at on June 24, 2022 in Louisville, 켄터키. (Jon Cherry/Getty Images)

MISSISSIPPI LAW DECLINES TO BLOCK ‘TRIGGER LAW’ BANNING MOST ABORTIONS

Kentucky is the third state to have its abortion trigger law temporarily blocked. Pro-choice activists have filed a slew of lawsuits seeking to stop, or more often delay, enforcement of the bans.

Judges in both Texas and Louisiana have blocked trigger laws and will hold hearings in July to decide on the lawsuits.

In addition to Texas and Louisiana, 10 states have abortion bans on the books that took effect after Roe fell.

폭스 뉴스’ Anders Hagstrom contributed to this report.

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