Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed a bill into law that will save babies from abortion by requiring abortion centers selling the dangerous abortion pill to inform women that there is a process to reverse the pill and save their baby should they change their mind during the abortion process.
Stitt signed SB 614 and the new pro-life law will take effect November 1. The Oklahoma state House passed the bill 74-24. The approval came six weeks after the Senate approved SB 614 by a lopsided margin of 39-8.
Under the law abortionists would be required to tell an abortion-minded woman at least 72 hours before her scheduled abortion that she might be able to reverse a “medication” abortion.
Over 500 babies have been saved, thanks to what is called the Abortion Pill Reversal. Medication/chemical abortions are a two-stage, two drug procedure. Should a woman change her mind after taking the first drug (mifepristone) but not the second drug (misoprostol), the APR protocol calls for flooding her system with progesterone to neutralize the impact of the first abortifacient drug.