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October 12, 2021

Oklahoma Judge Blocks Two Abortion Laws but Allows Three Others

Oklahoma District Judge Cindy Truong placed injunctions against two state laws that would have restricted abortion, but she also upheld three others, two of which restrict the use of abortion pills.

One of the temporarily blocked laws prohibits abortion after the detection of a child's heartbeat, while the other would allow the state to revoke the medical licenses of doctors who commit abortions that are not necessary to save the life of the mother.

The three laws that are still set to go into effect on Nov. 1 include a law that requires abortionists to be board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and two laws that enact safety regulations on the use of abortion pills. These regulations are an effort by Oklahoma to reinstate longstanding FDA regulations no longer enforced under the Biden administration.