The Kentucky legislature has overridden Democrat Gov Andy Beshear to pass a bill banning abortions on babies after 15 weeks.
Last week, Beshear vetoed a bill to ban abortions in the Bluegrass State up to 15 weeks — putting Democrats in the abortions up to birth column once again.
The state legislature recently passed a bill to ban abortions after 15 weeks like the Mississippi law that could prompt the Supreme Court to overturn Roe. Kentucky lawmakers hope to save hundreds of unborn babies from abortion every year, so they voted to override the governor today.
Senate Bill 321, sponsored by state Sen. Max Wise, R-Adair, is very similar to a Mississippi law that the U.S. Supreme Court is considering this spring. It would ban abortions on unborn babies after 15 weeks, with exceptions if the mother’s life is at risk. In addition to banning abortions on babies after 15 weeks, the bill would require proper burial or cremation of any baby killed in abortions and require anyone dispensing the dangerous abortion drug to be registered with the state pharmacy board.
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