Kentuckians Honk Car Horns While State Legislators Try to Push Anti-Abortion Bill Through During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Calls for social distancing did not keep pro-abortion activists from making their voices—or, in this case, cars—heard. 

On Thursday, the Kentucky General Assembly met at the State Capitol to discuss House Bill 451, which would allow Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R-KY) to limit abortion access with “civil or criminal penalties”

In response, unable to enter the building, Kentuckians drove around the Capitol building and honked their horns during the meeting, with signs reading phrases like “Go Home” taped to their car doors.

“We’re here because we want our state legislators to protect their lives and ours and each other’s and go home,” said Beck Jones, a driver who said she’s worried about the coronavirus. “After passing a budget and any COVID relief, any other legislation can wait.”

This crafty protest came to be because the General…

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