Advocacy Group Sues Oklahoma Over Required Ultrasounds for Abortion
The Center for Reproductive Rights, a nonprofit advocacy group that works to defend and protect women's reproductive rights worldwide, is suing the state of Oklahoma over a law that is set to go into effect Nov. 1, which requires women to have an ultrasound and view their unborn fetus before being allowed to have an abortion.
The Center for Reproductive Rights says that the law "intrudes on privacy, endangers health and assaults dignity."
Oklahoma would be the fourth state to adopt such laws if it goes into effect. The other three states with similar laws are Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
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