Kentuckians Protest "War On Women"

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Updated: 2/24/2013 1:05 am
Some Kentuckians rallied for women's rights today on the state capitol steps.

They were protesting bills that would require women to have an ultrasound and meet with a physician before getting an abortion.

They were showing support for two other bills that would add sexual orientation and gender identity as a protected class under the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.

The event was hosted by the "Kentuckians Against the War on Woman" and the Kentucky Equality Federation.
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