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Oklahoma House passes anti-abortion bill on same day as pro-choice rally

Apr 07, 2022 View Original Article
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    82% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -14% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

58% :"A slew of anti-abortion bills have been sailing through the House and the Senate chambers, and we are here to make it known that it's our bodies, our futures," said Priya Desai of Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice.
53% : Stitt has been very supportive of anti-abortion legislation since taking office.
45% : Organizers say at least 20 bills restricting abortion were introduced this session with eight moving forward.
40% : On a day when a large abortion rights rally was scheduled for the Oklahoma State Capitol, lawmakers in the House passed the bill that basically serves as a ban on abortion, with the exception of those performed to save the life of the mother.
32% : "We are doing all we can to stand up for the patients we serve and all the communities here in Oklahoma that will be affected if we lose abortion here at home," said Emily Wales of Planned Parenthood Great Plains.
19% :"Senate Bill 612 would make abortion entirely illegal," Republican state Rep. Jim Olsen said on the House floor Tuesday.

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