Newly filed SB 93 seeks to remove any training or efforts focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging from our primary schools. SB 93 also seeks to remove any language related to a trauma-informed approach in Kentucky K-12 schools.
Attorneys dismissed a class-action lawsuit yesterday challenging two Kentucky abortion bans brought on behalf of lead plaintiff Jane Doe and Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawai‘i, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, KY — On Monday, attorneys informed a Kentucky court that after filing a class-action lawsuit challenging the state’s abortion ban last Friday, lead plaintiff Jane Doe learned her embryo no longer had cardiac activity.
A Kentucky woman filed a lawsuit today challenging the Commonwealth’s abortion bans. The case details the severe harms that Jane Doe and a class of all pregnant Kentuckians seeking abortion are enduring because the government has denied her access to the care she needs.
Kentucky Families Will Urge US Supreme Court to Block Ban on Essential Healthcare for Transgender Youth
The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky and National Center for Lesbian Rights, on behalf of Kentucky parents, will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding Kentucky’s ban on medically necessary care for transgender youth.
The Kentucky Supreme Court today struck down Senate Bill 126, a change of venue law allowing any party to a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law to unilaterally transfer the case from the original court to a randomly chosen court elsewhere in the state.