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Primary Election PAC Alert | Legislative Wrap Up & more
Judges are charged to be impartial, and traditionally were not permitted to disclose their political party affiliation. However, in 2016 the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals overturned Kentucky’s judicial conduct rules to permit judicial candidates and nonpartisan judges in Kentucky to identify with a political party and participate in political activities. Although not all Republicans are pro-life, most are, and most Democrats are pro-choice. This can help us to elect pro-life judges.
ACLU Sues Ky to Overturn 'Dismemberment' Law!
News and Reflections on Kentucky's 2018 Legislative Session
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Video of the Month
Brad Mattes reports on the Abortion Reversal Pill
The number of chemical abortions— induced by drugs as opposed to surgery — is increasing every year in the United States. But today, unborn babies have an 11th hour reprieve from chemical abortion. If a woman changes her mind and acts quickly, she may be able to reverse the process. The new treatment, pioneered by George Delgado, MD, of California, saves babies and spares parents the anguish and heartache that so often follow abortion.