Okla. Strikes Down Law That Would Have 'Undressed' Women

The Oklahoma County District Court today ruled that a law passed by the legislature in 2009 that imposed restrictions on abortion is unconstitutional, according to the Center for Reproductive Rights, which had challenged the law. The court ruled that bill 1595 addressed too many topics, and therefore violated the Oklahoma constitution's "single-subject" rule. One of the most contentious parts of the law was the creation of a Web site whereby any woman who had had an abortion would have been...Full Story
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