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Oklahoma Legislature Passes the Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in the Nation

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Oklahoma Legislature Passes the Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in the Nation

Oklahoma Legislature Passes the Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in the Nation

Oklahoma Legislature , Passes the Most Restrictive , Abortion Ban in the Nation.

Oklahoma Legislature , Passes the Most Restrictive , Abortion Ban in the Nation.

On May 19, the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill , banning abortions at conception.

On May 19, the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill , banning abortions at conception.

The bill only needs to be signed by the governor to go into effect immediately.

The bill only needs to be signed by the governor to go into effect immediately.

If that happens, it would become the , most restrictive abortion ban , in the United States.

ABC News reports that there are exceptions in the bill that include cases of saving the life of the mother, rape or incest.

The bill reportedly includes an enforcement policy that has drawn comparisons to a controversial Texas law that went into effect last year.

The Oklahoma bill would allow civilians to file lawsuits against anyone who performs or seeks an abortion.

The Oklahoma bill would allow civilians to file lawsuits against anyone who performs or seeks an abortion.

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law that banned abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law that banned abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

ABC reports that Planned Parenthood has already announced plans to challenge the state's latest proposed abortion ban.

The Oklahoma legislature just passed a total ban on abortion, enforced by private citizens, Planned Parenthood, via Twitter.

This ban will take effect as soon as the governor signs the bill, making Oklahoma the first state to outlaw abortion entirely — even while Roe v.

Wade still stands, Planned Parenthood, via Twitter.

This ban will take effect as soon as the governor signs the bill, making Oklahoma the first state to outlaw abortion entirely — even while Roe v.

Wade still stands, Planned Parenthood, via Twitter


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Poll Shows Most Americans , Oppose the Supreme Court's, Abortion Ruling. NPR reports that a majority of Americans say they disagree with the Supreme Court's overthrowing of Roe v. Wade. According to the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, a majority also think the ruling was politically motivated and has raised concerns for other rights being lost. On June 24, the Supreme Court reversed 50 years of precedent that access to an abortion was a right in the United States. The decision by the nation's highest court places the right to regulate abortion in the hands on individual states. About half of the states have already made moves to limit access to abortions or ban the procedure completely. According to NPR, a majority of Americans said that the issue is a personal one, with two-thirds of respondents saying they or someone they know has had an abortion. At the same time, the NPR poll showed that confidence in the Supreme Court is also on the decline. 58% of respondents said that they have not much or no confidence in the institution. Only 39% of respondents said they feel a great deal or a quite a lot of confidence in the United States' highest court. According to NPR, the decision has also driven more people to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, particularly Democrats

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Pfizer’s 3-Dose Vaccine , 80% Effective Against Omicron, Infection for Youngest Children. ABC News reports new data shows Pfizer's 3-dose vaccine is 80% effective against omicron infections in children five years old and younger. In all age groups, Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine has been less effective against mild breakthrough infections. but has been shown to offer high protection against severe disease and death. Experts say Pfizer's announcement offers reassurance to parents who wish to protect their children against coronavirus. We are pleased that our formulation for the youngest children, which we carefully selected to be one-tenth of the dose strength for adults ... , statement from Albert Bourla, chairman CEO Pfizer, via ABC News. ... was well tolerated and produced a strong immune response. , statement from Albert Bourla, chairman CEO Pfizer, via ABC News. After two years without a vaccine for young children, many pediatricians and parents intend to vaccinate as soon as possible. However, recent polls have shown over 50% of parents feel they need more information before their children receive a COVID-19 shot. Parents should also be aware that this preliminary data will be supplemented by additional data in June ... , Dr. Alok Patel, pediatric hospitalist Stanford Children's Health, via ABC News. ... which will then be thoroughly reviewed by both the FDA and the CDC. , Dr. Alok Patel, pediatric hospitalist Stanford Children's Health, via ABC News

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