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Democrat Woman In Legal Battle Over Desire To Abort Baby

via NBC News

A pregnant woman in Kentucky, identified as Jane Doe, has filed a class action lawsuit challenging the state’s trigger law and six-week abortion ban, claiming that the government has denied her access to necessary care.

This marks the first such lawsuit in Kentucky and comes amid a broader legal battle over abortion rights, including a recent Texas case.

The lawsuit aims to restore abortion access in Kentucky and includes Planned Parenthood as a plaintiff. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

The legal battle underscores the ongoing debate over abortion rights in various states and the impact of recent legal decisions on access to reproductive healthcare.

“I am a proud Kentuckian and I love the life and family I have built here,” the woman said.

“But I am angry that now that I am pregnant and do not want to be, the government is interfering in my private matters and blocking me from having an abortion.”

“This is my decision – not the government’s or any other person’s,” she added.

“I am bringing this lawsuit because I firmly believe that everyone should have the ability to make their own decisions about their pregnancies.”

“I hope this case will restore abortion access in Kentucky, if not for me, then for the countless people in the future who deserve the autonomy to decide what is best for themselves and their families.”

“Jane Doe should have the power to make decisions about her body, and to access essential health care in her community, but Kentucky politicians have denied her that fundamental right,” stated Brigitte Amiri, deputy director of the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project.

“Kentucky’s abortion bans violate the Kentucky Constitution, including its promise of protecting everyone’s right to privacy, which encompasses the right to access abortion.”

“These bans have harmed countless Kentuckians since going into effect last year, and we are relieved to be back in court to try to restore abortion access in Kentucky,” Amiri added.

“Access to reproductive health care has been denied for far too long,” said Rebecca Gibron of Planned Parenthood.

“We know people in Kentucky agree with us because, in 2022, Kentuckians voiced their opinion by voting down the constitutional amendment that would have amended the state constitution to explicitly say that it does not protect the right to an abortion,” Gibron added.

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