Oklahoma: Judge approves law disqualifying half of state’s abortion doctors but blocks ‘heartbeat’ legislation

A District judge in Oklahoma on Monday allowed three out of five new pro-life state laws to stand, including legislation which would disqualify half of the state’s abortion physicians from practicing, Christian Headlines (CH) reports. At the same time, Oklahoma County District Judge Cindy Truong did block a “heartbeat” law banning abortion from about six weeks gestation, and a law categorizing the provision of abortion as “unprofessional conduct” by doctors.