US: Oklahoma governor passes bill for the nation’s strictest abortion ban

State lawmakers approved the ban enforced by civil lawsuits rather than criminal prosecution

The law takes effect immediately upon Stitt's signature and prohibits all abortions with few exceptions

If the governor signs the bill, it would be the nation’s strictest measure, and take effect immediately

"The impact will be disastrous for Oklahomans," said Elizabeth Nash, a state policy analyst 

The bills are part of an aggressive push in Republican-led states to scale back abortion rights

The law also does not apply to the use of morning-after pills such as Plan B or any type of contraception

Two of Oklahoma's four abortion clinics already stopped providing abortions after the governor signed a six-week ban earlier this month