Lizz Winstead talks about her new memoir, and being a feminist. A couple of court cases to watch, and Dan Savage has a new TV show.
Better up the malpractice insurance, medical practioners, because Oklahoma wants to be able to sue you over anything.
Making a ferilized egg have equal personhood rights is unconstitutional according to the state Supreme Court.
And here I thought fighting for fertilized eggs is supposed to mean never saying you’re sorry…
The weaker heartbeat requirement will force those who provide abortions to offer to let women listen to the heartbeat prior to termination.
Despite heavy pressure from Personhood Oklahoma and radical anti-choice activists, the GOP leaders shut down procedural maneuvers to bring the bill to a vote.
Oklahoma is one step from passing a mostly redundant heartbeat law and Louisiana is considering a bill to require women listen to embryonic or fetal heartbeats.
A Republican caucus has decided to keep the Oklahoma personhood measure from being heard.
The landscape for abortion access is shifting quickly, as state after state passes restrictive laws. Particularly affected by these new laws are women who need abortions later in their pregnancies.
On behalf of the great state of Oklahoma I want to take this opportunity to apologize.