Tag Archives: Oklahoma

Breaking: Supreme Court won’t rule on abortion case

Tweet The Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss an abortion case is good in the short term, but don’t pop out the champaign yet.  Tweet
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Quick Hit: Here’s what happens if you have a fetal anomaly in Oklahoma

TweetIt’s no secret that Oklahoma is one of the most difficult places in the country to get an abortion. The state has passed almost every anti-choice restriction in the book–an ultrasound law, 24-hour waiting period, parental consent, 20-week fetal pain law, a total ban on medical abortions–forcing the Oklahoma Supreme Court to step in on [...]
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Senator adds “Every Sperm is Sacred” amendment onto Oklahoma personhood bill

TweetAmazing. After Oklahoma conservatives introduced a “personhood” bill to the state Senate on Monday, Sen. Constance Johnson decided to follow in Virginia Senator Janet Howell’s footsteps and attach an amendment in protest, which would add this language to the bill: However, any action in which a man ejaculates or otherwise deposits semen anywhere but in [...]
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Abortion drug treatment bill blocked by judge in Oklahoma

TweetA judge blocked a law in Oklahoma that would have disallowed women from procuring drug-induced abortions. The reasoning for the law is the usual line, “it’s for the health of the woman” even though the abortion pill is used successfully all over the country and has been since 2000, accounting for about 1/4 of the [...]
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