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Something stinks in Oklahoma

A new law in Oklahoma will post detailed information about women's abortion procedures online. How does something like this make it through the legislature and get signed by the governor? This is private patient information, isn't it? From Think Progress:

Although the questionnaire does not ask for name, address, or "any information specifically identifying the patient," as Feminists for Choice points out, these eight questions could easily be used to identify a woman in a small community. "They're really just trying to frighten women out of having abortions," Keri Parks, director of external affairs at Planned Parenthood of Central Oklahoma, said.


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