The signing of Bevin's "Informed and Consent" abortion bill started with a five-minute-long prayer, which received a loud applause from supporters of the new legislation.
The bill, signed last week, requires women seeking abortions to have a face-to-face consultation -- in person or by live video chat -- at least 24 hours before an abortion.
The previous bill allowed women to listen to a recorded message about risks and benefits.
"Many have fought for a long, long time to see meaningful prolife legislation come out of this legislature and be signed into law. This is the first of any significance in 12 years,” Bevin said.
"We know that abortion is wrong at its core. It's evil. So we're never going to go away,” Susan Kenney said.
And there are some who don’t agree.
"Planned Parenthood is the most effective abortion reducing, abortion preventing organization that exists," Geoff Young said.
"We are going to celebrate and appreciate the importance of human life and the sanctity of every human life,” Bevin said.
Sure, unless that life needs Medicaid, in which case it can go screw itself. Needless to say, Bevin's getting burnt online.
Women in Kentucky are taking to social media to ask Governor MattBevin questions about their vaginas in protest at a new anti-abortion bill signed by the Republican governor. Twitter users have been using thehashtag #askbevinaboutmyvag to direct gynaecological questions at the first-term politician.
The bill requires women to have a face-to-face consultation - either over live video chat or in person - at least 24 hours before receiving an abortion. Previously, women were required to only listen to a recorded message about the risks and benefits of undergoing the procedure. Bevinis also supporting a bill that has passed the Kentucky senate, requiring any woman seeking an abortion to undergo an ultrasound - if the bill becomes law, doctors who do not comply could face fines between $100,000 and $250,000 (£69,000 and £172,000).
Derek Selznick, director of the Kentucky ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project, told the Lexington Herald-Leader: "This is not informed consent. This is about politicians trying to bully, shame and humiliate women who have already made the personal, informed and heart-wrenching decision to terminate a pregnancy."
Which is exactly what Bevin and his holy rollers are doing.
But you voted for him, Kentucky. You get what you pay for, right?