A abortion-related bill's advancing in the Legislature.
It would let an individual taxpayer sue an abortion provider, if that person thinks that provider is not properly submitting required reports to the State Health Department.
That doesn't sit well with Democratic Representative Kay Floyd of Oklahoma City. She says she thinks the wording is too broad in scope.
"We are basically giving one resident taxpayer more power than anyone in this room who's elected to represent the people of Oklahoma has. That's poor government."
The bill also increases the amount of information an abortion provider must give to the State Health Department, such as whether an ultrasound was performed.
On Thursday, the House approved Senate amendments to the bill, and it goes to the governor.
(Rep. Kay Floyd, (D) - Oklahoma City.)