Pro-life sidewalk counselors won another victory last week in their effort to save unborn babies from abortion outside the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, the largest abortion facility in Kentucky.
In May, the Louisville Metro Council narrowly approved a buffer zone that would restrict pro-lifers’ life-saving efforts around the abortion facility. However, the city agreed to delay enforcing the ordinance again last week after pro-life advocates sued the city, Kentucky Today reports .
“Kentucky Right to Life and all of our pro-woman, pro-life advocates are pleased that our pursuit of litigation has resulted in the city permitting sidewalk counseling ministry to continue by extending the temporary emergency injunction as we await Judge Jennings’ decision on the matter,” said Addia Wuchner, executive director of Kentucky Right to Life, one of the organizations challenging the ordinance.
The city initially agreed not to enforce the ordinance until July 16 after Kentucky Right to Life […]
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