The three measures were contained in two bills, one passed in 2008 and the other passed in 2009, which contained several anti-abortion measures.
The Center for Reproductive Rights filed lawsuits against both bills. Both were struck down by the courts.
The bills were found to have violated a requirement in the Oklahoma Constitution that that legislation deal with a single subject.
Legislators this year filed separate bills for each of the seven measures that were contained in the two bills.
A staff attorney for The Center for Reproductive Rights said the measures would interfere with a woman's right to an abortion and her privacy.
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