Say striking down abortion drug law was wrong.
Some Republican lawmakers are speaking out against an Oklahoma County judge's ruling striking down a new abortion drug law that required abortion doctors in Oklahoma to follow strict FDA guidelines when administering RU-486, the so-called abortion pill. The bill was authored by State Rep. Randy Grau and State Sen. Greg Treat. "The judge essentially found in the state constitution a fundamental right that does not exist," said Grau at a Tuesday state capitol news conference. Lawmakers say they are confident the ruling will be appealed by the State Attorney General.