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On June 11 the Bevin Administration filed a court document to oppose the petition filed by the EMW Clinic and ACLU challenging the successful Appeal that enforced HB 2, Kentucky’s Ultrasound Law.

EMW/ACLU wants their “do-over” case to be heard by the full court of judges— 28 in all.

Steve Pitt, General Counsel for Gov. Bevin, has stated:

"Rehearing a case en banc is an extraordinary legal procedure, not simply a flippant opportunity for a do-over. In this case, the panel majority faithfully applied the relevant Supreme Court precedent to determine that the legislation at issue is constitutional. Thus, granting en banc rehearing is neither warranted under the rules nor a useful investment of the Court's time.”

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Read the response of Adam Meier, Secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, to the EMW/ACLU appeal here.

AG Beshear has refused to be involved in the case.


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nurse.jpgNumerous articles online discuss a growing trend for non-doctors to gain the right to abort babies. In January Planned Parenthood sued the state of Idaho to change its law requiring that abortions be performed by doctors. In California midwives and nurses are allowed to do abortions.

A committee of the ProLife OB/GYNS recently issued an opinion on this practice. In part they advise:

CNM training is focused on normal delivery of term infants, under the supervision of a physician. Their training does not focus on performance of normal or abnormal surgeries on the female reproductive system, nor does it include training in the management of surgical complications of D&C’s including perforation of the uterus or nearby organs.

An APRN may have even less training. An APRN may hold a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, but may also enter APRN training with a 3-year Associate’s degree. APRN training programs typically require between 1 and 3 years additional training, some of which may be conducted online. Their training also does not focus on the performance of normal or abnormal surgeries on the female reproductive system, nor does it include training in the management of surgical complications of D&C’s including perforation of the uterus or nearby organs.

Neither a CNM nor an APRN would be eligible for surgical privileges at a hospital. That is because hospitals know the risks to patients that come from unskilled personnel providing surgery beyond their training.

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May 31, 2019 | Donna Harrison, MD, Executive Director, American Association of Pro-Life Ob-Gyns | AAPLOG.org

A newly published research report details the potential for psychological and physical effects to women who undergo elective drug-induced abortions. The research investigators who authored the report detail the severe negative behavioral and physiological effects observed, specifically in rats that underwent a drug induced termination. This is the first research of its kind, investigating the biological and behavioral effects of drug-induced abortion in an animal model.

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