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Why does an abortion clinic get a pass on COVID-19 restrictions?

LEXINGTON—"Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has issued closing orders for everything from schools to nail salons," said The Family Foundation today, "but a University of Louisville-staffed abortion clinic seems to be operating full speed ahead." Martin Cothran, spokesperson...

Why does an abortion clinic get a pass on COVID-19 restrictions?

LEXINGTON—"Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has issued closing orders for everything from schools to nail salons," said The Family Foundation today, "but a University of Louisville-staffed abortion clinic seems to be operating full speed ahead." Martin Cothran, spokesperson...

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Previous Press Releases

Group says UofL may be closely involved in abortion clinic

FRANKFORT, KY--The Family Foundation announced today at a press conference, in the State Capitol, that it and 35 state legislators are asking Attorney General Daniel Cameron to investigate the University of Louisville Medical School's Ryan Residency Program to...

“Constitutional Amendment needed,” says family spokesman

Frankfort, KY – The House Licensing and Occupations Committee today passed out HB 137, the sports wagering bill in a unanimous vote. "We're not surprised," said Martin Cothran, spokesman  for The Family Foundation. "The L&O Committee has never met a piece of...

“Sports Wagering” strategy has been tried before

LEXINGTON, KY – A group that has opposed expanded gambling in Kentucky for decades said today that the legislative effort to legalize sports wagering without amending the state's Constitution was a surprise, given that both Chambers of the state's General Assembly...

U.S Supreme Court refuses to hear ACLU’s appeal

LEXINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it has refused to hear the ACLU’s appeal of Kentucky’s ultrasound law, thus leaving in place the pro-life victory at the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. “After 46 years it is about time! This means that women in...

Hands On Originals Has Victory

LEXINGTON, KY — The Family Foundation applauded today's ruling by the Kentucky Supreme Court in favor of a Lexington T-shirt company which had been accused, by the Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, of discrimination against gays because it...

Group says UofL may be closely involved in abortion clinic

FRANKFORT, KY--The Family Foundation announced today at a press conference, in the State Capitol, that it and 35 state legislators are asking Attorney General Daniel Cameron to investigate the University of Louisville Medical School's Ryan Residency Program to...

“Constitutional Amendment needed,” says family spokesman

Frankfort, KY – The House Licensing and Occupations Committee today passed out HB 137, the sports wagering bill in a unanimous vote. "We're not surprised," said Martin Cothran, spokesman  for The Family Foundation. "The L&O Committee has never met a piece of...

“Sports Wagering” strategy has been tried before

LEXINGTON, KY – A group that has opposed expanded gambling in Kentucky for decades said today that the legislative effort to legalize sports wagering without amending the state's Constitution was a surprise, given that both Chambers of the state's General Assembly...

U.S Supreme Court refuses to hear ACLU’s appeal

LEXINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it has refused to hear the ACLU’s appeal of Kentucky’s ultrasound law, thus leaving in place the pro-life victory at the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. “After 46 years it is about time! This means that women in...

Hands On Originals Has Victory

LEXINGTON, KY — The Family Foundation applauded today's ruling by the Kentucky Supreme Court in favor of a Lexington T-shirt company which had been accused, by the Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, of discrimination against gays because it...