"This bill is yet another attempt to interfere with women's reproductive health care rights," Johnson said. "This is a decision that's up to a woman and her doctor."
The final bill, which adds questions abortion providers must answer, was designed to update the questionnaire to include several abortion-related measures that have passed in recent years, said Sen. Kyle Loveless, R-Oklahoma City. Loveless sponsored the bill in the Senate. But opponents have argued the measure is an attempt to intimidate and overburden abortion providers.
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