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Immediately after Kentucky’s HB5 and SB9 bills were signed into law, they were challenged by the ACLU for 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 for the unborn by filing a legal brief in federal court yesterday defending two pro-life laws passed by the 2019 General Assembly, a ban on discriminatory abortions and a ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.

EMW Women’s Surgical Center, which performs 3,000 abortions in Kentucky annually, hired the ACLU to sue Kentucky over the constitutionality of HB5 and SB9. HB5 bans abortions based upon the race, sex, or disability of the unborn child. Gov. Bevin’s brief argues that the U.S. Supreme Court has never decided whether an abortion provider can perform discriminatory abortions. The brief provides expert testimony establishing that discriminatory abortions happen in Kentucky, noting nearly one out of every two unborn children with Down syndrome in Kentucky is aborted.

SB9 bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. The brief argues that SB9 promotes the Commonwealth’s interest in protecting human life. Expert testimony from the brief notes that the development of a fetal heartbeat is a significant milestone in the life and growth of an unborn child, which is why a heartbeat bill like SB9 is needed.

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bevin_media.jpgOn Thursday, August 1, Gov. Bevin held a media conference in front of the Governor’s Mansion. The topic was the July 31 fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beshear that was hosted by EMW clinic owner Dr. Ernest Marshall. KRLA member Schu Montgomery attended and provided photos and narrative for this post:

Governor Matt Bevin emphatically stated that it is “blood money straight up”— the $4,000 contribution given by Dr Ernest Marshall, owner of the Louisville’s EMW abortuary.

“It is the job of the attorney general to defend the laws of the Commonwealth, whether it’s the heartbeat bill or dismemberment or eugenics bills,” Bevin lamented. “This is blood money - using monies from killing Kentuckians to fund a guy whose job it is defend the laws of this state— but refuses to do so.”

Gov. Bevin asserted that the Ernest Marshall’s maxed out on their contribution to Beshear on March 19th during the primary— then four days later the AG removed himself from the lawsuit defending two of the pro-life measures passed by the legislature!

Bevin urged the media to inform the public of this blatant disregard for human life and the peoples’ right to have their laws defended by the Commonwealth’s chief law enforcement officer.



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