The House easily passed a bill Wednesday that would require doctors to report detailed information about abortions to the state Health Department, including the age, marital status and education level of patients. House Bill 3284 passed 85-8. It now goes to the Senate. The measure contains much of the same language as approved last year, but that bill contained other anti-abortion provisions. After the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights challenged it, an Oklahoma County judge ruled last month it was unconstitutional because it violated the single-subject rule. Rep. Ryan Kiesel, who voted against the bill, questioned the need for additional statistics since the state Health Department already compiles similar information. Kiesel, D-Seminole, called the questions invasive and irrelevant and he said he is concerned the information would not remain confidential. "At the end of the day, it’s not going to prevent a single abortion,” Kiesel said. "It’s going to sound good on a campaign flyer. That’s it.” Rep. Pam Peterson, R-Tulsa, author of HB 3284, said the additional information would help determine why women choose to have an abortion. "There’s absolutely no personal information to identify the woman,” Peterson said. The Heath Department would put the information on its Web site, according to the bill. The department also would provide a system so physicians doing abortions may complete and electronically submit the forms each year. Cost of gathering and posting the information is estimated at $45,250, Peterson said. Kiesel said he’s skeptical of that estimate, saying last year’s legislation projected the cost at more than $250,000.