The Senate on Tuesday passed the bill 32-11. It now heads to Democratic Gov. Brad Henry, who already has vetoed two abortion bills this session. Both vetoes were overridden by the Republican-controlled legislature.
The Statistical Abortion Report Act requires the survey that asks, among other things, about a woman's race, education, and pregnancy history. It also requires doctors to report on the methods used and any complications that develop.
The Health Department would compile the information into a statistical report and post it on its website.