Oklahoma anti-choice legislation since 2004
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Anti-Choice Measures in Oklahoma legislature, 2004 - present
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Bill NumberYearSummaryHouse Principal AuthorSenate Principal AuthorStatusDate signed or veto over-riddencomments
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HB 23812012Requires Doctor to be physically present to prescribe RU-486Cockroft (R)David (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)05/01/12
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HB 25612012Allows civil action against doctor performing abortions in violation of informed consent lawsWesselhoft (R)Jolley (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)05/08/12
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HJR 10672012Personhood; constitutional amendment to prohibit intentional killing of any innocent person; ballotReynolds (R)No hearing in House committee
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HR 10412012Resolution disapproving federal HHS contraception rulesHamilton (D)Adopted by the HouseNo effect in law; adopted by House 03/26/12
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Initiative Petition No. 395, SQ No. 7612012Personhood constitutional amendment; initiative petitionn/an/aRuled unconstitutional. 04/30/12 – by Oklahoma Supreme Court; Disallowed on Nov 2012 general election ballot. “void on its face”.
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SB 12742012Fetal heartbeat bill (Heartbeat Informed Consent Act)Peterson (Pam) (R)Newberry (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)04/27/12
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SB 14182012Food; prohibiting sale or manufacture of food or products which contain aborted human fetusesShortey (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 14332012Personhood Act – Senate versionBilly (R)Crain (R)Passed out of SenateDied in House 04/19/12 – House Repub. caucus decided not to bring to Floor for vote
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SB 16922012Prohibiting state from contracting with or funding entities that perform abortionsSykes (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 19422012Modifying abortion ultrasound provisionsHamilton (D)Treat (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 14022011Prohibits abortion after 20 weeks with exception for health, bodily function; reporting; reports kept 5 years; felony, fines, prison terms; civil action; facility; Creating Women's Health Defense ActWesselhoft (R)Russell (R)No hearing on House Floor
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HB 14662011Modifying presumption for viability of unborn child; 20 weeksJohnson (Dennis) (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 15482011Creating Abortion Patients' Enhanced Safety ActKern (R)Russell (R)No hearing on House floor
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HB 15712011Personhood Act - House versionVaughn (R)
Blackwell (R)
Shortey (R)Passed out of HouseHouse 74-2; Senate not passed from committee
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HB 16422011Restricts who can perform abortions in stateRitze (R)Brown (R)Passed out of HouseHouse 89-7; Senate not passed from committee
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HB 18882011Pain-capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Prohibits performance of abortions upon determination of certain age of fetus, 20 weeks, but possibly earlier. Makes a false claim (against scientific evidence) that a fetus feels pain.Peterson (Pam) (R)Jolley (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)04/20/11
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HB 19702011Prohibit off-label use of drugs for purpose of abortion. Expansion of abortion inducing medication restrictions; define “abortion-inducing drug”, provides additional duties of physicians. Outlaws accepted protocol for medical (drug induced) abortion based on clinical studies and recommended by the ACOG, instead requiring physicians to follow an outdated regimen that appears on one drug's label.Grau (R)Treat (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)05/11/11Ruled unconstitutional 05/14/12 - Ruled unconstitutional by Judge Donald Worthington in Okla. County District Court. "an unconstitutional law in violation of the fundamental rights of women to privacy and bodily integrity," "so completely at odds with the standard that governs the practice of medicine that it can serve no purpose other than to prevent women from obtaining abortions and to punish and discriminate against those women who do."
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HB 20202011Creating the Unborn Wrongful Death ActSullivan (R)
Grau (R)
No hearing in House committee
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SB 1362011Scientific research; making certain actions with embryo, fetus, or fetal parts unlawfulFaught (R)Russell (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 5462011Creating Inalienable Right to Life Act; “unborn child” begins at conception, has protectable interestSykes (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 5472011Allows policy holders to opt-out of elective abortion coverage in health plan and disallows plans in OK exchange from offering such; prohibits all plans offered through exchange established in state from including elective abortion coverage, a separate premium must be paid and considered an optional supplemental coverage. Rape and incest victims will not be covered unless they have separate insurance for abortion.Ritze (R)
Johnson (R)
Sykes (R)Signed into law - Gov. Fallin (R)04/20/11Ref. HB 3290 (2010)
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SJR 432011Constitutional amendment; defining “person”Marlatt (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 26562010Prevents civil recovery for wrongful birth, wrongful life; “doctors may lie” about woman's or fetus' health that may cause her to consider ending pregnancySullivan (R)Crain (R)Passed into law;
Gov. Henry (D) Veto Overridden
04/27/10Governor's veto overridden 04/27/10
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HB 27802010Requires ultrasound at least one hour before and received detailed description while image is in her sight.Billy (R)Sykes (R)Passed into law;
Gov. Henry (D) Veto Overridden
04/27/10Governor's veto overridden 04/27/10
Ruled unconstitutional. 03/28/12 – Permanently blocked from enforcement by Okla.County District Judge Bryan Dixon. Granting summary judgment for Nova Health Systems, Dixon held that HB 2780 was an unconstitutional special law and issued a permanent injunction
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HB 30752010Requires signs about abortion coercion to be posted at clinicsHamilton (D)Justice (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)04/22/10
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HB 32842010Statistical Abortion Reporting Act; requires doctors and patients to fill out extensive & personal questionnaire before abortionPeterson (Pam) (R)Jolley (R)Passed into law;
Gov. Henry (D) Veto Overridden
05/25/10Governor's veto overridden 05/25/10
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HB 32902010Allows policy holders to opt-out of elective abortion coverage in health plan (requires option to choose or reject) and disallows plans in any OK Exchange from offering such; (bans private insurance abortion coverage?)McNiel (R)Sykes (R)Vetoed - Gov. Henry (D)Governor vetoed 5/26/10; but was PASSED as different bill in 2011
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SB 18902010Sex selection abortions “clean-up bill”; prohibiting abortion based on sex selectionSullivan (R)Lamb (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)04/02/10Ref. HB 1595 (2009); also contains REPEALER
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SB 18912010Freedom of Conscience Act; health care professionals or facilities who choose not to participate in abortion or procedures involving embryos, fetal transplants and euthanasia; protection of employment or prospective employee from discrimination; civil actionPeterson (Pam) (R)Lamb (R)
Sykes (R)
Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)04/02/10contains REPEALER; ref. SB 1878 (2008)
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SB 19022010Regulations of RU-486, a combination of drugs used to induce abortion; administering; reporting; civil actionMcNiel (R)Lamb (R)
Jolley (R)
Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)04/02/10contains REPEALER
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SB 22162010Creating Statistical Abortion Reporting ActBingman (R)
Jolley (R)
No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 15952009Omnibus; Statistical Reporting for Abortion act; Abortion ban based on sex selectionSullivan (R)Lamb (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)05/21/09Ref. SB 1890 (2010)
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HB 16922009Enacting Abortion Review ActBilly (R)No hearing in House committee
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HJR 10092009Joint Resolution opposing proposed federal (Obama) Freedom of Choice Act; urging Congress to rejectKern (R)Newberry (R)Passed out of House
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HB 27092008Requiring performance of ultrasound and explanation of the ultrasound prior to abortionBilly (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 28142008Prohibits damages for wrongful death, wrongful lifeSullivan (R)Crain (R)Passed out of HouseRolled into SB 1878?
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HB 29952008Issuing birth certificates for still birthsJohnson (Dennis) (R) Sykes (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)05/16/08
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HB 30592008Requiring signs posted at abortion clinics regarding coercionHamilton (D)Williamson (R)No hearing on House floorRolled into SB 1878?
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HB 31442008Ultrasound and explanation prior to abortion; records; fines; civil actionBilly (R)Lamb (R)Passed out of HouseRolled into SB 1878?
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HB 32852008Abortion Review ActDuncan (R)No hearing in House committeeOnly provides popular name title; no other text
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HB 33782008Prohibiting abortion of viable fetus unless by physician; prohibiting abortion without referral from second physician and a certain determination by both physiciansFaught (R)No hearing in House committee
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SB 18742008Regulating providing RU-486, mifepristone; reporting; civil action; felonyLamb (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 18782008Omnibus; Freedom of Conscience ActPeterson (Pam) (R)Lamb (R)Passed into law;
Gov. Henry (D) Veto Overridden
04/17/08Governor's veto overridden 04/17/08; replaced by SB 1891 (2010) ?
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SB 19712008Requiring abortion providers to perform obstetric ultrasounds prior to abortionBilly (R)Lamb (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 20482008Prohibiting recovery of damages for wrongful birth, wrongful lifeCrain (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 10042007Modifying requirements to perform abortions; requiring clinical privileges within 30 miles; felony; requires abortions after first trimester to be performed in hospitalKern (R)Lamb (R)No hearing on House floor
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HB 10142007Abortion; validating certain provisions of law if Roe v Wade is overturnedReynolds (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 13172007No state employees shall perform abortionsWright (John) (R)Williamson (R)Passed out of House
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HB 16322007Limiting insurance coverage for elective abortionsJoyner (R)Lamb (R)No hearing on House floor
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HB 16522007Parental consent/Informed consent; reporting; felonyPeterson (Pam) (R)Williamson (R)Passed out of House
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HB 18812007Making certain actions with a human embryo unlawfulReynolds (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 19052007Omnibus; multiple funds including Crisis Pregnancy and Abortion Prevention Taxpayer Support FundHamilton (D)No hearing in House committee
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HB 20422007Expanding definition of abortionFaught (R)Crain (R)No hearing on House floor
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HB 20472007Parental notification for minor; reporting; civil action; felonyKern (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 21812007States only state certified physicians can prescribe RU-486, mifepristone; reporting; civil action; felonyMcNiel (R)No hearing on House floorRolled into SB 1878?
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SB 1392007Same language as SB 714 (2007)Hamilton (D)Gumm (D)
Williamson (R)
Passed into law without Gov. Henry (D) signature05/24/07Allowed to pass after 5 days without Gov sig.
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SB 1502007Amending definition of abortionCrain (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 6172007Statistical Reporting of Abortion ActLaughlin (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 7142007Omnibus; Parental consent/No public providers shall perform abortions, felony, exception for rape, incest, save life of mother; (therapeutic abortions)Wright (John) (R)Williamson (R)Vetoed - Gov. Henry (D)Vetoed 04/18/07; override failed; ref. SB 139
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SB 7152007Distribution of mifepristone (RU-486); reporting; civil action; felonyWilliamson (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 7742007Prohibiting coverage for elective abortions unless by optional riderCrain (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 23692006Parental consentDank (R)Coffee (R)Passed out of House
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HB 24372006Income tax checkoffs including Crisis Pregnancy and Abortion Prevention Taxpayer Support FundHamilton (D)Corn (D)No hearing on House floor
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HB 24962006Unborn Child Pain Awareness/Prevention ActTrebilcock (R)Myers (R)Passed out of House
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HB 26142006Ultrasound prior to abortionCalvey (R)Brogdon (R)Passed out of House
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HB 26542006Statistical Reporting of Abortion ActWinchester (R)Laughlin (R)Passed out of House
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HB 28032006Provision of abortion statues become effective upon rescission of Roe v. WadeReynolds (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 30012006Dept of Health funding for alternative to abortion servicesCooksey (R)
Balkman (R)
Aldridge (R)Passed out of House
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SB 16942006Informed consent re: fetal pain, 20 weeks; supportTrebilcock (R)Myers (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 17392006Statistical Reporting of Abortion ActLaughlin (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 17422006Omnibus; expanded recognition of killing a fetus a crime, fetal pain and anesthesia, ultrasound requirement, parental consent, funding for alternatives to abortionBilly (R)Barrington (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)05/23/06
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SB 17812006Alternative to Abortion ProgramAldridge (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 18982006Requires women seeking abortion to be offered ultrasound, heart tone monitoringBrogdon (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 9832006Maternal and Infant Care Improvement Act. Defines “health care services” do not include abortion, referral, or abortion counseling.Cox (R)Crain (R)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)05/23/05
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HB 12582005RU-486 restrictionsPeterson (Pam) (R)Williamson (R)Passed out of House
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HB 15432005Informed consentCalvey (R)Williamson (R)Passed out of House
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HB 15692005Informed consentWalker (D)No hearing in House committee
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HB 16862005Omnibus; parental notification, informed consent, mandatory waiting periods, wrongful death actions.Deutschendorf (D)
Hamilton (D)
Lawler (D)Signed into law - Gov. Henry (D)05/20/05
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HB 16962005Tax check-off to fund abortion prevention Hamilton (D)Corn (D)Passed out of House
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HB 18052005Women's Right to Know Act and the Family Protection Act; informed consent; reporting; penalty; misdemeanor; damages; minorsCargill (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 20542005Affordable Access to Health Care Act; providing civil immunity for health care providers who refuse to perform abortionsTrebilcock (R)Coffee (R)Passed out of House
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SB 10112005Oklahoma Parental Notification of Abortion Procedures on Minors ActLaughlin (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 6192005Woman's Right to Know/Fetal Pain Prevention Act; informed consent; reporting; misdemeanorWilliamson (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 6372005Informed consent for abortion; reportingWalker (D)Corn (D)No hearing in Senate committee
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SB 8722005Prohibiting physicians from performing abortions; providing exceptions; fetus considered property; due process rights of father; civil liability; punitive damagesPruitt (R)No hearing in Senate committee
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HB 18802004Parental Notification of Abortion Procedures on Minors Act. Requiring notification; counseling and information; penalty, liability.Dank (R)No hearing in House committee
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HB 25342004Requiring informed consent for abortion; providing penaltiesWalker (D)Corn (D)Passed out of House
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SB 4922004Informed consentWinchester (R)Pruitt (R)Died in GCCA General Conference Committee on Appropriations
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