Kentucky leaders have been cracking down on abortion clinics in the state in the past several years, closing two abortion facilities that were performing abortions without licenses. One abortion facility is left in the state, and state officials say it is not adequately prepared for patient emergency situations. But abortion activists are fighting back. The last abortion facility, EMW Women’s Clinic in Louisville,

filed a lawsuit earlier this year to block the state from closing it, and this week, Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky filed a motion to join the lawsuit, USA Today reports. Gov. Matt Bevin has said that he is “unapologetically pro-life,” and abortion groups are accusing his administration of trying to “make abortion unavailable in the commonwealth.” Bevin’s administration moved to close the Louisville abortion facility earlier this year, but the state later agreed to hold off until a lawsuit filed by EMW goes to trial. READ MORE