Robert Kahn reports:
Two Oklahoma women are challenging a new state law set to take effect next month that requires publication of an “Annual Abortion Report” and forces doctors to give details about their patients under threat of criminal sanctions and loss of their medical license, according to a suit in Oklahoma County Court.
The Oklahoma law, H.B. 1595, also changed definitions of abortion terms, used terms already thrown out by a court and barred certain procedures for the first time, according to the filing.
Read more in Courthouse News.
Related: Complaint (pdf) in Davis v. Edmondson.