Abortion access has gotten so dire in Oklahoma that women are going to Texas for care
You know things are bad in Oklahoma when women are forced to cross into Texas -- where sweeping new abortion restrictions went into effect this week -- in order to access reproductive healthcare.
And Oklahoma's drive to become the most "pro-life" state in the country show no signs of slowing, as MSNBC's Irin Carmon reports.
While Republican lawmakers like state Rep. Mike Ritze sound off comparing abortion care to Nazi science and declare that the war on women doesn't exist "unless you go to an Arab country,” women like Jessica Davis -- the women Ritze was elected to serve -- are being forced to use their life savings to pay for abortion care that is no longer accessible in their home state.
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