Seventeen states have passed almost 50 laws limiting women’s access to abortion thus far this year, compared with more than 60 such laws enacted by 24 states in all of 2011, which is described in a report from the Center ...Read More »
Among more than two-dozen bills signed Tuesday by Gov. Mary Fallin were new laws authorizing legal actions in some abortion-related situations and restricting sales of pseudoephedrine, a drug found in cold and allergy remedies that is a key ingredient in ...Read More »
We may have our first interim study subject lined up for this year—workers’ compensation reform. Sound familiar? House Speaker Kris Steele thinks it’s ripe for another go ‘round. Well, maybe not another massive redrafting of Title 85 (that’s where workers’ ...
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House bills authorizing civil actions if certain abortion requirements are not met and placing restrictions on the use of RU-486 passed the Senate Tuesday—the latter measure now on its way to the desk of Gov. Mary Fallin.
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By 6-3, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a measure Tuesday that would allow women to file civil actions against abortion providers who negligently violate one of several Oklahoma laws regarding abortion, including informed-consent mandates.Read More »
A measure that would authorize lawsuits against abortion providers in violation of state laws that require informed consent, parental consent for minors, a pre-procedure ultrasound, and outline certain acts as unlawful ran into criticism Thursday from House members who argued ...Read More »