Winning. Kentucky let's abortion ban law remain in place.
The Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron, said in a statement that the court's decision represented a "significant victory" for the state.
- "We are very pleased that Kentucky's high court has allowed these laws to remain in effect while the case proceeds in circuit court," Cameron added.
Kentucky's trigger law — which took effect shortly after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade — makes abortions illegal in the state unless necessary to save a pregnant person's life or to "prevent the serious, permanent impairment of a life-sustaining organ" of the patient."
The two abortion clinics in the state, Planned Parenthood and EMW Women’s Surgical Center were forced to stop providing the procedure after the laws were enacted.