<blockquote><b>Quoting Kaysay:</b>" Two and three are the ones I'm questioning, btw."</blockquote>
I'll get you some links when I get home, but those were passed the sametime as the ultrasound bill.
Quoting khigh:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kaysay:</b>" Two and three are the ones I'm questioning, btw."</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... I'll get you some links when I get home, but those were passed the sametime as the ultrasound bill."
The ultrasound bill was ruled unconstitutional. I'm mainly curious about 2 and 3 of what you posted. I know for a fact that neither the Norman or OKC clinic do pre-abortion counseling, but I can't speak for Tulsa. I'm really curious about who is supposedly funding for the rape cases.
Quoting Kaysay:" There actually at least 4 abortion clinics in Oklahoma, and those are just the ones that I know of. One in Norman, two in Tulsa, one in OKC. There could be more."
Not to mention, many hospitals do them...they just don't announce it.
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" In 2008, there were 6 abortion providers in Oklahoma. Looking quickly I found one in Tulsa and one ... [snip!] ... I also read 10% of pregnancys in Oklahoma resulted in an abortion. That seems high? Better get picketing, you're slacking."
That definitely sounds about right.
I don't know where that girl pickets, but both Norman and OKC clinics don't have protestors often at all.
My group was part of the rally held at the capital against the Personhood bill, there were maybe two pro-lifers at the beginning who left before it even started.
As conservative as OK is, I was pretty surprised they weren't out full-force, but I'm sure it would be hard to show support to a bill as f**king ridiculous as that one was.