A law that would ban abortion starting at conception passed the Oklahoma Legislature Thursday.
The bill notably includes provisions for rape, incest, and the life of the mother.
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The measure passed 73-16 in the state's legislature. Next, the bill heads to Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt's desk and will go into effect immediately upon signing.
If signed, the law would be the strictest limitation on abortion in the United States.
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"Any person, other than the state, its political subdivisions, and any officer or employee of a state or local governmental entity in this state, may bring a civil action" against anyone who performs abortions or aids or abets the procedure knowingly, or intends to, according to the bill.
Enforcement will occur exclusively through civil action.
This is a developing story and will be updated.