Oklahoma judge blocks 2 abortion laws, allows 3 others
October 6, 2021
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma judge on Monday temporarily blocked two new anti-abortion laws from taking effect next month, including a measure similar to a Texas abortion ban that effectively bans the procedure after about six weeks of pregnancy.
District Judge Cindy Truong said she would allow three other anti-abortion laws to take effect Nov. 1, which one abortion rights advocate said would be "catastrophic" to the ability of women to access abortion services in the state. Those three would create new restrictions on medication-induced abortions and require all doctors who perform...