Heather Hyden and James Earley of Lexington spoke Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, against a proposed ban on abortion in Kentucky after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Hyden told a House committee that she is 14 weeks pregnant with a baby that has a worsening medical condition.
Heather Hyden and James Earley of Lexington spoke Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, against a proposed ban on abortion in Kentucky after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Hyden told a House committee that she is 14 weeks pregnant with a baby that has a worsening medical condition. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Heather Hyden and James Earley of Lexington spoke Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, against a proposed ban on abortion in Kentucky after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Hyden told a House committee that she is 14 weeks pregnant with a baby that has a worsening medical condition. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

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