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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron asked the state's Supreme Court on Sunday to reinstate two restrictive abortion laws after a judge temporarily blocked their enforcement.

Cameron argued in his filings that there is "no basis for a right to abortion" in the Kentucky Constitution and every day the laws are not enforced is a day that "unborn children of the Commonwealth are lost forever.

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“We are exhausting every possible avenue to have Kentucky’s Human Life Protection Act and Heartbeat Law reinstated,” Cameron said. “There is no more important issue than protecting life, and we are urging the state’s highest court to consider our request for emergency relief.”

Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry granted a request by the American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood for a restraining order last Thursday, allowing abortions to resume in the state. Cameron filed a motion with the Kentucky Court of Appeals on the same day to reinstate the law, which was denied.

Kentucky's trigger law, the Human Life Protection Act, went into effect shortly after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last month in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. After it went into effect, it was challenged in court. The bill was signed into law in 2019 and bans abortions unless the mother's life is in immediate danger. The law does not provide exceptions for rape or incest and stipulates that any provider who administers an abortion is guilty of a felony.

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The state's six-week abortion ban or "heartbeat" law was previously stopped in federal court, though Cameron has petitioned to appeal the decision.

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Paige Spiranac gives brilliant answer after cheeky fan asks for stunning golf influencer’s ‘size’

PAIGE SPIRANAC gave a superb response when a fan cheekily asked for her "size".

The former professional golfer, 29, has a huge global following and regularly does Q&A's, revealing her most personal secrets.

6Spiranac responded to a fans asking what "size" she isCredit: Instagram 6She replied with a jovial answer which entertained her followersCredit: Instagram 6Spiranac has built up a huge following on social mediaCredit: Instagram

But she brilliantly batted away a rather personal question on her Instagram story on Monday.

One of her social media fans simply asked her: "Size?".

To which she replied: "So we're talking about size. I mean, it's weird that you would ask about my shoe size.

"But I am a seven and a half."

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Last month, Paige slammed trolls who fat-shamed her following her appearance on TV at a baseball game.

She was asked to do the opening pitch as the Milwaukee Brewers hosted the New York Yankees in Wisconsin.

But following her pitch, Spiranac was the victim of a number of vile trolls who sent abusive messages.

On her Playing a Round podcast, she revealed some of the comments she had been sent.

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She said: "People were absolutely roasting me. And this was after a video I posted a couple days prior where people were fat shaming me. I’ve been called fat before from trolls but not at this level...

"Here are some of the comments; 'Not that cute from this video she looks like a disgusting pig.’

"'You know the reality somewhere between the sexiest woman alive and a fat washed-up whale’, 'she’s getting chunky’, 'she’s getting fat’.

"'Looks like she got some fillers injected before the game she can be on the next episode of botched’, 'talk about a butter face', 'brave of her to show up looking like a fat disgusting pig’."

Spiranac admitted she did not handle the comments particularly well.

However, after saying she had gained some weight, she hypothesised that her weight gain was down to her feeling the happiest she had ever been.

She added: "I am the happiest I feel like I've ever been and that is probably why I have gained a little weight."

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