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wut: "HB 1904 requires doctors physicians performing abortions to be board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology. Abortion rights groups say that six out of ten abortion doctors in [OKLAHOMA] will no longer be able to perform abortions under that law."


by Cat on Tue Oct 5th, 2021 at 06:43:11 PM EST
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Duly noted
The Oklahoma Supreme Court temporarily blocked three abortion laws that were set to take effect Nov. 1. The laws include one that would require doctors who perform abortions to be board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and two that would place various restrictions on medication abortion.
Oklahoma Call for Justice, et al. v John O'CONNOR, in his official capacity as Attorney General for the State of Oklahoma, et al.: 5 joined, 3 concurring, 2 dissents, 1 "not present", 0 editorial annotation as to either the "ideological leaning" of each associate or administrative relation of their order to the UNPRECEDENTED procedural question posed by US v TEXASS emerging from the SCOTUS "shadow docket":
Justice Samuel Alito, who is assigned to handle requests from Texas, on Friday also granted a petition from the Department of Justice to have the court hear its challenge of S.B. 8 this term. But the question before the court in that case is limited to whether the federal government has the power to stop state officials or private parties from enforcing Texas' law.
by Cat on Wed Oct 27th, 2021 at 11:44:08 PM EST
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