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Oklahoma Supreme Court tosses out yet another of the state's forced-birther laws

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has a long record of blocking or overturning anti-abortion laws in the state. Tuesday, it did it again, unanimously ruling that  Senate Bill 642 is unconstitutional. The law mandated that in cases when abortion is performed on someone younger than 14, a sample of fetal tissue must be sent to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The idea behind that, supporters said, was to catch child rapists.
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