Oklahoma Sees Another Abortion Law Fall in Court

In The Oklahoman, Kyle Schwab reports that Oklahoma District Judge Patricia Parrish on Monday struck down a law restricting medication abortions. The judge “said that this law is unconstitutional because it is singling out these medications solely when they’re used for ending a pregnancy,” Center for Reproductive Rights attorney Autumn Katz said. Schwab writes that, after the state Supreme Court ruled against a similar bill in 2012, this bill “was intended to withstand court objections to the earlier measure.”

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