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The Kentucky Supreme Court has rejected State AG's request to revive the abortion ban.

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TuesdayKentucky Supreme Courtdenied the State Attorney's urgent appeal to revive the almost complete ban on abortion that was blocked by a circuit court judge last week. 

Roev in late June. The US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Wade has enacted the Kentucky Law for the Protection of Human Life. Serious injury. 

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks to members of the press in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on October 12, 2021 in Washington, D.C. 

Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron is a member Report to the press in front of the US Supreme Court on October 12, 2021 in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong / Getty Images)

Last week, the Liberties Union, an American citizen, filed a lawsuit on behalf of a state miscarriage donor, alleging that the law unconstitutionally forces women to "continue to get pregnant against their will."

Judge Mitch Perry of the Jefferson County Circuit Court last week issued a temporary restraint order on the law and another law thatwill prevent misunderstandings six weeks later. 

Kentucky abortion law caused by a Supreme Court decision blocked by a judge

Since then The abortion continues in the state. 

On Saturday, the Kentucky Court of Appeals rejecteddemanding that Justice Secretary Daniel Cameron's decision be maintained, and the State High Court rejected Tuesday's request on Sunday. WDRB-TV reported.

"I'm disappointed with the [state] Supreme Court's decision to continue to postpone the enforcement of Kentucky's Life Protection Act and Heartbeat Act," Cameron said Tuesday. "We will not be discouraged from defending these important laws. Our team will file a strong lawsuit to revive the law at Jefferson Circuit Court tomorrow."

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The outside of Louisville's Planned Parenthood is shown on April 14, 2022.  A judge cleared the way Thursday, June 30, for abortions to resume in Kentucky, temporarily blocking the state’s near-total ban on the procedure that was triggered by the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.

Shows the outside of Louisville's planned parent-child relationship on April 14, 2022. Judges paved the way on Thursday, Roev resumed abortion in Kentucky on June 30. The state's almost total ban on proceedings caused by the Supreme Court's ruling that overturned Wade was temporarily thwarted. (AP Photo / Piper Hudspeth Blackburn, file)

ACLU Kentucky Communications Manager Samuel Crankshaw also responded to the High Court's refusal. "The Kentucky Supreme Court rejects [AG Cameron]'s second attempt to thwart an emergency order to protect the privacy, physical autonomy, and right to self-determination of Kentucky citizens, as outlined in the State Constitution. 

The Circuit will hold a hearing on the lawsuit on Wednesday. 

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Charles Booker walks with his eldest daughter, Kaylin Booker, during a press conference after addressing the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health case at  on June 24, 2022 in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Democratic US Senator Charles Booker Candidate Walks Eldest daughter Keirin Booker at a press conference after addressing the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Case at in Louisville, Kentucky on June 24, 2022. When.  (Jon Cherry / Getty Images)


Kentucky is the third state in which the abortion triggering law was temporarily blocked . Selected activists have filed numerous lawsuits seeking to suspend or, in more cases, postpone the enforcement of the ban.

Judges from both Texas and Louisiana have blocked the trigger law and will hold a hearing in July to decide the case.

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Fox News Anders Hagstrom contributed to this report.