Oklahomans need options when it comes to planning their families. Whether a couple is not yet ready to have children, or decides in vitro fertilization is the best option to start a family, this bill could deny them family planning and birth control and take away their ability to make decisions that are best for their situation.
SB 1433 has consequences for anyone in Oklahoma who wants to start a family, or is not yet ready to have children.
During these tough economic times, I hope you will look for ways to get Oklahomans back to work, not working to make basic health care like birth control and in vitro fertilization illegal.
I oppose this legislation because it doesn't take families into consideration. Please consider the real consequences of SB 1433 and vote no.