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The supreme court declined to hear an appeal about kentucky's restriction that requires doctors to show and describe ultrasound images to women hoping to get an abortion.

The justices declined to hear the appeal by the ???u?

Who argue the measure violates free speech.

Kentucky requires a physician or qualified technician who perform an ultrasound to position the screen so the woman can view the images of the fetus.

The medical staff are required to describe what the images show?

Including the size of the fetus and any organs or appendages.

They're also required to play the sound of the fetal heartbeat?

If there is one.

If doctors don't comply with kentucky law they can be fined.

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