The Family Foundation and 35 Legislators Ask For Investigation

Testimony, under oath, suggests UofL may be illegally involved in the performance of abortions.
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#3: Do EMW Professors Do Policy Work?

Are UofL professors involved with legal challenges of Kentucky’s abortion legislation?

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#1: Quotes Side-by-Side

Despite UofL president’s denial, Dr. Tanya E. Franklin (Associate Professor at the UofL School of Medicine and Director of UofL’s Ryan Family Planning Program) says elective abortions are performed.

#2: What Do The Professors Do?

EMW Women’s Clinic, in Louisville, says their staff includes professors at the University of Louisville.

#3: Do EMW Professors Do Policy Work?

Are UofL professors involved with legal challenges of Kentucky’s abortion legislation?

#4: UofL & Planned Parenthood

Are public funds being used to train teens for Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider?

#5: A Money-Making Endeavor

According to Dr. Bergin, UofL School of Medicine professor and EMW Women’s Surgical Center abortionist, the minimum cost of a surgical abortion at EMW is $800. With 3,500 abortions a year, that’s a lot of money…

#6: Not A State Agency?

The lead surgical abortionist at EMW examined the state laws and determined that UofL is not considered a state government facility, thus allowing it to perform abortions?

#7: UofL's "Grand Rounds" Infamy

In February 2020, UofL’s “Grand Rounds” (a prestigious lecture series presented to medical staff in teaching hospitals) featured an abortionist whose clinic was guilty of numerous violations.

#8: 'D&E' Late-Term Abortion At EMW

In these late term abortions, performed by UofL professors, the unborn child is literally torn apart limb from limb with no anesthetic to relieve the pain.

#9: "Obtaining An Abortion"

Kentucky law prohibits public agency funds from being used for the purpose of obtaining an abortion… precisely what UofL’s Ryan Residency is about.

#10: Kentucky Law Says...

Whether or not UofL has violated the letter of Kentucky law pertaining to abortion, they have certainly violated the spirit of the law.

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