Oklahoma lawmakers override veto, pass abortion-reporting law
Catholic World News - May 26, 2010
The upper house of the Oklahoma state legislature has voted to override the veto of Governor Brad Henry and pass a new law requiring abortionists to providing information about their procedures, and ask women why they want abortions. The lower house had already voted to override the veto.
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