This AP News article discusses three extreme anti-abortion laws recently signed by Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, including ones to criminalize the procedure in certain cases and cost providers their medical licenses for performing them.
“These extreme bills are designed to cut off abortion access for people in Oklahoma — a state that already has more abortion restrictions than almost any other state,” Elisabeth Smith, the chief counsel for state policy at the Center for Reproductive Rights, said in a statement. “We are currently considering all our legal options to ensure that these laws do not take effect and abortion remains accessible for Oklahomans.”
“Oklahoma governor signs 3 anti-abortion bills into law,” AP News, April 26, 2021