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Kentucky legislators spent session attacking our rights.

Instead of passing bills to help Kentuckians, your legislator spent this legislative session refusing to restore access to abortion and continuing attacks on LGBTQ+ youth. Learn how your legislator voted: 





Refused to Restore Abortion Access and Protect IVF

Continued Their Attacks on the LGBTQ+ Community

Compromised Safe & Confidential Health Care for Vulnerable Youth

Rep. Richard Heath

House District 2

Rep. Randy Bridges 

House District 3

Rep. Mary Beth Imes

House District 5

Rep. Chris Freeland

House District 6

Rep. Josh Calloway

House District 10

Rep. Nancy Tate

House District 27

Rep. Jared Bauman

House District 28

Rep. Susan Witten

House District 31

Rep. John Hogsdon

House District 36

Rep. Emily Callaway

House District 37

Rep. Matt Lockett

House District 39

Rep. Ken Fleming*

House District 48

Rep. Jennifer Decker

House District 58

Rep. Ryan Dotson

House District 78

Rep. Deanna Fraizer

House District 81

Sen. Lindsey Tichenor

Senate District 6 

Sen. Gex Williams

Senate District 20

Sen. Donald Douglas

Senate District 22

Sen. Jule Raque Adams

Senate District 36 

* Filed abortion exemption bill with severe restrictions. Rep. Fleming voted against exemptions in 2022.

Health Care Resources

It’s a difficult time. Our rights and ability to access care are being stripped away, leaving people scared and confused on how and where to get basic health care. We are here to help. Here are some resources we’ve compiled for you and your family.

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