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OCRJ responds to state supreme court decision on medication abortion.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has answered questions from the U.S. Supreme Court in a ruling making it absolutely clear that the state's restrictions on medication abortion are unconstitutional because the law "restricts the long-respected medical discretion of physicians" and in effect bans medication abortions and the non-surgical treatment of women with ectopic pregnancies.

Martha Skeeters, president of the Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice, a plaintiff in the case, said:

Oklahoma law restricting emergency contraception blocked in district court

Judge Lisa Davis granted a temporary injunction, blocking a law preventing over-the-counter sales of emergency contraceptive

Today District Judge Lisa Davis blocked a law that made emergency contraception less accessible to women in Oklahoma.

OCRJ joins new legal challenge to Oklahoma law restricting emergency contraception

NEW LEGAL CHALLENGE: OKLAHOMA LAW RESTRICTING EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION VIOLATES STATE CONSTITUTION, DISCRIMINATES AGAINST WOMEN

Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice is plaintiff in lawsuit seeking to block law preventing over-the-counter sales of emergency contraceptive

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