A district judge ruled this morning that the controversial law will not go into effect until at least January 21 of next year, when it will receive another hearing.
Today a judge will hear arguments for and against the currently blocked Oklahoma ultrasound law.
Oklahoma is playing the veto game for a fourth time, South Carolina is stuck in the mud on abortion, and Canada teaches the U.S. some lessons about reducing teen pregnancy.
Oklahoma Senate decided to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of the Statistical Reporting of Abortions Act, making it official Oklahoma law.
Wisconsin still can’t get emergency contraception to rape victims, Florida tries to get judges to tell pregnant teenagers they should give their babies up for adoption and more stories that went under the radar.
Oklahoma House overrides the governor’s veto of the Statistical Reporting of Abortions Act, the Catholic Review practices blaming the victim, and doctors can lie, except when they can’t.
Oklahoma’s governor vetoes an abortion restriction, Florida’s governor is still waiting for something, and a judge in Nebraska may be acting on his own set of beliefs.
In some extremist anti-choice circles, full-throated woman-hating never went away. But among other “mainstream” anti-choice groups, latent mysogyny is now out in the open.
Medical groups urge Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry to veto the Statistical Abortion Reporting Act.
A revived anti-choice Oklahoma bill that would require women to report their life story is, apparently, not about women at all.