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Supreme Court seems open to letting Kentucky attorney general defend abortion law

At left, Kentucky Attorney General speaks to the crowd in Washington D.C. At right, Addia Wuchner, Executive Director at KY Right to Life Association (red Jacket), with supporters, at the Supreme Court of the United States. Photos courtesy of Addia Wuchner.

By Ariane de Vogue

CNN Supreme Court Reporter

(CNN)The Supreme Court appeared inclined Tuesday to allow a Kentucky Republican attorney general step in to defend a controversial state abortion law after the state’s Democratic governor declined to continue doing so.

At issue in the case is a law that restricts a standard second-trimester abortion method known as “dilation and evacuation” that is used after 15 weeks of pregnancy. It was signed into law in 2018 but has so far been blocked by the courts.

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