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Oklahoma high court stays effect of laws on abortion

October 26, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: The Supreme Court of Oklahoma has issued a temporary injunction against the enforcement of three new laws restricting abortion. The laws, scheduled to take effect November 1, would have required abortionists to be board-certified, and limited chemical abortions. The court ruled that the laws should not take effect until a legal challenge is heard.

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