"The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati ruled as constitutional Oct. 16 a 1998 Kentucky law that requires an abortion clinic to have transfer agreements with a hospital and an ambulance service. The split decision by a three-judge panel reversed a federal court opinion that struck down the state law" - BPNews
"Bevin’s ceremonial signing of the heartbeat abortion ban came as another Kentucky abortion law, one that requires abortion clinics to have a written agreement with a hospital to transfer any patient with a medical emergency, is being challenged in the courts." - Christian Post
"The judge’s order blocks the bill for 14 days or until the day he could hold a hearing deciding its constitutionality. Judge Hale also blocked another bill which banned abortions in events where the mother was seen to discriminate against the fetus for its disability, gender, or race. Judge Hale found the bills to be unconstitutional." - WRN
"HB 2 requires doctors to perform an ultrasound and show their patients pictures, explaining the images in detail. The plaintiffs, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), argue that it is unconstitutional"