They sure don’t seem like something a woman would vote for.
The first bill requires a woman seeking an abortion to listen to a detailed description of her fetus while staring at it on an ultrasound. The second, protects doctors who omit other information, like say, the health of the fetus, from being sued down the road. Both passed in April, over-riding the Governor’s vetoes.
Though I can’t find a list of representatives who voted for the bills, there are only 12 women out of 101 representatives in the Oklahoma legislature anyway. Most of the people who voted these bills into law had to be men.
Whoever edited the clip for the Oklahoma House website seems oblivious to the irony of having Dan Sullivan‘s comments on his protect-a-doctor’s-right-to-mislead-law, follow Billy’s interview. These people obviously have spent so much of their budget on speech writers there is nothing left for video editing.