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New law restricting access of minors’ access to Plan B One-Step emergency contraceptive temporarily enjoined from taking effect (access required)

The latest legal challenge against an Oklahoma abortion-related law won an initial round Monday morning, when Oklahoma County District Judge Lisa Davis issued a temporary injunction blocking it from taking effect on Thursday of this week.

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BREAKING: Judge blocks law restricting access to Plan B One-step contraceptive (access required)

An Oklahoma county district judge Monday issued a temporary injunction blocking a new law that would require a woman under the age of 17 to obtain a prescription in order to purchase the Plan B One-step emergency contraceptive. The medication has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for over-the-counter use for all ages.

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Baker says ruling against Keetoowah casino land-move bolsters Cherokee Nation’s sovereignty (access required)

Citing potential harm to the Cherokee Nation’s sovereignty and future jurisdiction conflict with the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, a Tulsa federal judge issued a temporary injunction Monday blocking federal officials from taking 2acres in Tahlequah into trust for the Keetoowahs, who have operated a casino on the site since the 1980s.

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State, Americans Elect of Oklahoma present cases in lawsuit over denial of candidates’ placement on November presidential ballot; group seeks injunction (access required)

An attorney representing Americans Elect of Oklahoma told an Oklahoma Supreme Court referee Wednesday that the State Election Board should be enjoined from printing ballots for the upcoming November general election until the group’s lawsuit is settled. In addition to a temporary injunction, Americans Elect wants the court to issue a writ of mandamus requiring the board to place on …

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Working on … Supreme Court referee hears arguments in Americans Elect case (access required)

It’s 3 p.m. Just got  back from the hearing with Oklahoma Supreme Court referee Barbara Swimley, in which Americans Elect of Oklahoma is seeking a temporary injunction to prevent the State Election Board from printing ballots until the group’s lawsuit is resolved. On advice from Senior Assistant Attorney General Neal Leader, the election board decided not to include on the …

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Oklahoma County judge blocks abortion-drug law from taking effect Nov. 1 (access required)

Just before 10 a.m. this morning, Oklahoma County District Judge Daniel Owens issued a temporary injunction preventing HB 1970, which places restrictions on the use of abortion-inducing drugs, from taking effect Nov. 1. The injunction was sought by the Center for Reproductive Rights, which represents Reproductive Health Services in Tulsa. Attorney Michelle Movahed said Owens enjoined the entirety of the …

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