An Oklahoma judge is reviewing a controversial abortion law today.
The law would allow information to be posted online about every woman who gets an abortion.
It would also require doctors to fill out a questionnaire documenting the race, marital status, and educational background of the abortion seeker…and the reason why she wanted the procedure.
But the information posted online would not reveal the patient’s name.
Supporters say it sets up a database that could help prevent future unwanted pregnancies.
Opponents call it an invasion of privacy – and say people may be able to figure out a woman’s identity even without her name.
What do you think about the law?
Post your comments here. Heidi will read some of them on the air in the 10am ET hour of Newsroom.