Kentucky court holds legal proceeding on abortion trigger law

Rachel Rebouche, dean and professor at Temple University School of Law, on ACLU and Planned Parenthood’s request for a temporary injunction to a block a near-total abortion ban in Kentucky.

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20 thoughts on “Kentucky court holds legal proceeding on abortion trigger law

  1. Abortion ain't the right thing except when we're talking serious congenital defects, life of the mother, rape/incest, BUT given that the alternative is that the government (local, state, federal) is dictating what happens INSIDE a woman's body, it should remain a RIGHT!

  2. Separation of church and state, my ass

    If we care so much about life and a child, we should provide healthcare to families who need it, automatically, without restriction.

  3. "The unborn" are a convenient group of people to advocate for. They never make demands of you; they are morally uncomplicated, unlike orphans, they don't need money, education, or childcare; they allow you to feel good about yourself without any work at creating or maintaining relationships; and when they are born, you can forget about them, because they cease to be unborn. It's almost as if, by being born, they have died to you. You can love the unborn and advocate for them without substantially challenging your own wealth, power, or privilege, without re-imagining social structures, apologizing, or making reparations to anyone. They are, in short, the perfect people to love if you want to claim you love Jesus but actually dislike people who breathe.

  4. Birthing people across the country need to unite if we are going to be heard. Right now it is a scattered mess of protests in small communities across the country.
    People are not taking birthing people seriously in these small protests and just assume it is a limited number of women.

  5. If women can opt out of being a parent then men should have the same right without being financially burdened for the next 18 years. Men shouldn't be forced to pay for something women ultimately can destroy.

  6. Damn that’s not good come on guys if we work together we can get abortions illegal everywhere we all just need to stick together and keep fighting for what’s right good will always prevail over evil

  7. Why are the ones wanting to kill babies protesting are the most fattest ugliest chicks around. Who in there right would even have introcourse with them 🤮🤢🤮

  8. LP reacted d ryt way, she is vos.Monster need of over drama, or over consider ations. She don't deserve *considerationss. Lp പറഞ്ഞ പോലെ,, ജീവിതം തുടങ്ങിയല്ലേ ഉള്ളു, പഠിക്കട്ടെ.

  9. MALIBU, CA — After Roe v. Wade was overturned, actor Mark Hamill took to Twitter to angrily condemn the decision — as well as people who adopt children like the Star Wars characters Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru.

    "People who adopt other people's babies are creepy, terrible people," said Hamill to reporters. "Luke Skywalker should've been aborted by Padme, but instead he was adopted by a gross, uneducated white couple from some flyover planet far away from the bright center of the universe. Disgusting! They're probably Evangelical Christians."

    Hamill went on to say that if he could remake the Star Wars series, Padme would've sought out a galactic Planned Parenthood and aborted both Luke and Leia. "Star Wars could have been a triumphant story of bodily autonomy," he said, "but instead it was just another tale of courage, heroism, and redemption. Lame!"

    Hamill went on to criticize the adoptive parents of Leia — Bail and Breha Organa — for not tossing the future Princess Leia in a nearby lake when they had the chance.

  10. MALIBU, CA — After Roe v. Wade was overturned, actor Mark Hamill took to Twitter to angrily condemn the decision — as well as people who adopt children like the Star Wars characters Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru.

    "People who adopt other people's babies are creepy, terrible people," said Hamill to reporters. "Luke Skywalker should've been aborted by Padme, but instead he was adopted by a gross, uneducated white couple from some flyover planet far away from the bright center of the universe. Disgusting! They're probably Evangelical Christians."

    Hamill went on to say that if he could remake the Star Wars series, Padme would've sought out a galactic Planned Parenthood and aborted both Luke and Leia. "Star Wars could have been a triumphant story of bodily autonomy," he said, "but instead it was just another tale of courage, heroism, and redemption. Lame!"

    Hamill went on to criticize the adoptive parents of Leia — Bail and Breha Organa — for not tossing the future Princess Leia in a nearby lake when they had the chance.

  11. LP reacted d ryt way, she is vun.Monster need of over drama, or over consider ations. She don't deserve *considerationsp. Lp പറഞ്ഞ പോലെ,, ജീവിതം തുടങ്ങിയല്ലേ ഉള്ളു, പഠിക്കട്ടെ.

  12. Speaking as a Short Man, I was disappointed by this ruling. I want to make my wife get an abortion if it is a girl.

    I want to have a son who respects short men as opposed to some shallow heightist girl who only dates 6ft tall guys.

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