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Three Anti-Choice Measures Heading to Governor Stitt's Desk

WICHITA, KS —  The Oklahoma Legislature gave final passage to three anti-abortion measures today. 

  • HB2441 (prohibit abortion after the detection of a fetal cardiac activity)
  • HB1904 (require persons performing abortions to be state certified in obstetrics and gynecology)
  • HB1102 (add performing an abortion the list of “unprofessional conduct” by a doctor)

“Again, the Oklahoma legislature is focused on radical and unconstitutional legislation that will only be thrown out of the courts. I would rather they spend their time on restoring access to health care to Oklahomans than wasting time on restricting the ability of people to get safe and quality health care,” said Julie Burkhart founder and CEO of Trust Women.

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About Trust Women

Trust Women is a health and reproductive rights organization that opens clinics in underserved areas to provide access to reproductive health care for all women. Founded in the wake of the assassination of Dr. George Tiller, Trust Women educates, engages and mobilizes constituents in states hostile to abortion rights.

Julie A. Burkhart, founder and CEO of Trust Women, is a former advisor to Dr. Tiller and has led the fight for choice in legislatures, courtrooms, and at the frontlines of reproductive justice for three decades.

In 2013 Trust Women opened its flagship clinic in Wichita, returning abortion services to the people of South Central Kansas and beyond, and in 2016 opened the second Trust Women clinic in Oklahoma City, expanding abortion access in the country’s largest metropolitan area without an abortion provider. For more information, visit: