The Oklahoma Senate is considering a slew of dangerous anti-choice bills that would almost completely shut down access to comprehensive reproductive health care in the state. We need you to speak out against these extremist proposals.
The bills include Senate Bill 1503, a Texas-style abortion ban that prohibits abortions after a fetal heartbeat, or six weeks. SJR 37 would amend the state Constitution to say that it does not provide a right to abortion. SB 1555 is an update to the “trigger” law that would outlaw abortion if the U.S. Supreme Court repeals Roe, even “in part.” And SB 1553 disallows abortion 30 days prior to the probable start of the last period, effectively banning all abortions from the moment someone knows they are pregnant. These bills have all been passed by the Senate Health and Human Services Committee.
With the Supreme Court considering an overturn of Roe v. Wade, it is more important than ever that we preserve reproductive rights at the state level. Please urge your state senator to vote “NO” on all of these reprehensible bills.
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As an Oklahoma voter, I urge you to vote no on SB 1503, SJR 37, SB 1552 and SB 1553, which would wholly strip abortion rights from Oklahomans.
This is an egregious attempt to restrict access to comprehensive health care, and restricting such access will unquestionably threaten the health and safety of women in Oklahoma. Additionally, with more than 70 percent of Americans opposing the overturn of Roe v. Wade, any attempt to limit abortion access is inconsistent with American values. Please vote “no” on these bills. Thank you for your time.