Oklahoma leaders and organizations react to Roe v. wade


Oklahoma leaders and local organizations reacted to the court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Many Oklahomans have different emotions about the decision to ban abortion in Oklahoma, ranging from elation to despair. Abortion is banned in Oklahoma after the trigger laws were put in place. The trigger laws came into action as soon as the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. |MORE| Both sides of OKC subway abortion debate react to news of Roe v. Wade “I made a promise to the people of Oklahom to sign every pro-life bill that hit my desk, and I’m glad I delivered on that promise,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said. John O’Connor, Oklahoma’s attorney general, spoke at the same press conference just after certifying the trigger law. “The womb is now, in Oklahoma, the safest place for a child to be,” O’Connor said. Their enthusiasm was not shared by others. while, to actually see that Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey are canceled, we’re really trying to process it,” said Tamya Cox-Toure, executive director of the ACLU of Oklahoma. Some attendees at Oklahoma City Pride Fest said Pride events are important following of the decision.|MORE| Celebrating “a lot of hard work”: Governor Stitt, AG O’Connor addresses the Roe v. Wade decision “It can be a bit of a great pride, we have to make sure we are really there for people because I know all the laws that are passed and the bills that go through it, it’s a bit of a tough time. We are all in shock, we are all sad, we are going through this together,” said Cammeron Kaiser, Free Mom Hugs. On Sunday, protesters at the State Capitol plan to gather at 1:30 p.m. to protest the total ban. of abortion.

Oklahoma leaders and local organizations reacted to the court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Many Oklahomans have different emotions about the decision to ban abortion in Oklahoma, ranging from elation to despair.

Abortion is banned in Oklahoma after the trigger laws were put in place. The trigger laws came into action as soon as the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

|MORE| Both sides of OKC subway abortion debate react to Roe v. wade

“I promised the people of Oklahom that I would sign every pro-life bill that came across my desk, and I’m so glad I kept that promise,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said.

John O’Connor, Oklahoma’s attorney general, spoke at the same press conference just after certifying the trigger law.

“The womb is now, in Oklahoma, the safest place for a child to be,” O’Connor said.

Their enthusiasm was not shared by others.

“We’re devastated, as we’ve been expecting this to happen for a while, to see Roe vs. Wade and Planned Parenthood vs. Casey being canceled, we’re really trying to process it,” Tamya Cox said. -Touré, executive director of the ACLU of Oklahoma.

Some Oklahoma City Pride Fest attendees said Pride events are important in the wake of the decision.

|MORE| Celebrating “a lot of hard work”: Governor Stitt, AG O’Connor addresses Roe v. wade

“It’s maybe a bit of a pride, we have to make sure that we’re really there for the people because I know all the laws that are passed and the bills that go through it, it’s a bit of a It’s been a tough time. We’re all in shock, we’re all sad, we’re going through this together,” said Cammeron Kaiser, Free Mom Hugs.

On Sunday, protesters in the state capitol plan to gather at 1:30 p.m. to protest the total ban on abortion.

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