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Federal Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Abortion Law

A federal judge in Kentucky struck down a state law barring abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy without first terminating the fetus, finding that the law is unconstitutional and essentially a de facto abortion ban.

The law, included in House Bill 454, regulates second-trimester abortion procedures by requiring Kentucky physicians to terminate the fetus prior to the evacuation phase of a standard dilation and evacuation abortion.

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