Tag: Oklahoma Supreme Court
Challenging abortion restrictions and bans in state courts.
While yesterday’s high court decision strikes down two “vigilante-style” abortion bans in the state, Oklahoma’s pre-Roe ban remains in effect.
Oklahoma Supreme Court strikes down one criminal abortion ban and upholds another, leaving abortion unavailable for most in the state.
Oklahoma Supreme Court refuses to block the Texas-style law.
Vox and The Black Wall Street Times reported on the Oklahoma state legislature’s passage of a near-total ban on abortion. Anyone who performs an abortion would receive 10 years in prison and fines up to $100,000. The Oklahoma Senate passed the measure last year, leaving the bill in the hands of Oklahoma’s self-proclaimed “pro-life” governor. […]
All five Oklahoma laws challenged in the lawsuit are now blocked while the case continues.