It's less terrible day than usual to be a uterus (or, if you want to get technical, "woman," or "baby holder") in the West South Central United States today. Earlier, a federal judge ruled that Texas' law to exclude Planned Parenthood from its Women's Health Program was unconstitutional. And now, like a frustrated dad trying to argue with a precocious teenager, the Oklahoma State Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that attempts to include a "personhood" amendment on November's ballot are "clearly unconstitutional.
Still not a person The Oklahoma Supreme Court today issued yet another blow to the Every Sperm is Sacred movement that keeps trying to define a fertilized egg as a person with all of the rights and constitutional protections as an a... Read Post
One day after a federal judge struck down part of a Texas anti-abortion law, Oklahoma’s top court reaffirmed that its anti-abortion law is unconstitutional. The Oklahoma law, which limits how medication can be used to induce abortio... Read Post
An attempt the change the Oklahoma constitution to define and embryo is a person is unconstitutional says the state’s highest court. The state’s highest court ruled unanimously that a proposed amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution ... Read Post