FRANKFORT, Ky. — The abortion giant Planned Parenthood is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin over a location that was performing abortions without a license. Bevin, although identifying as pro-life, allows abortions as long as facilities are licensed according to state law.
As previously reported, Bevin announced thelawsuit against Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Inc. (PPINK) last month, as his administration stated that the Louisville location performed 23 unlicensed abortions between December and January.
Planned Parenthood has admitted that the abortions were indeed performed unlicensed, but said that the previous governor’s administration, Democrat Steve Beshear, had told them that they needed to have an unannounced inspection before they could obtain the license. The organization said that they concluded that in order to be inspected, the business would have to be open and operational.
Written by Heather Clark
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