Oklahoma abortions require ultrasound first:

BIll: HB2780 (PDF)

Sponsored by Rep. Billy, and passed into law by an override of Democrat Gov. Henry’s veto, HB2780 requires women to have an ultrasound prior to receiving an abortion. HB2780 mandates in part: “In order for the woman to make an informed decision, at least one hour prior to a woman having any part of an abortion performed or induced…the physician who is to perform or induce the abortion, or the certified technician working in conjunction with the physician, shall perform an obstetric ultrasound…display the ultrasound images…provide a medical description of the ultrasound images, which shall include the dimensions of the embryo or fetus, the presence of cardiac activity, if present and viewable, and the presence of external members and internal organs, if present and viewable….Any person who knowingly violates the terms of an injunction issued in accordance with this section shall be subject to civil contempt, and shall be fined Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) for the first violation, Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for the second violation, One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) for the third violation, and for each succeeding violation an amount in excess of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) that is sufficient to deter future violations.”

Also: “2013: Oklahoma appeals groundbreaking ultrasound law to U.S. Supreme Court”

“Ultrasounds Survive, as Oklahoma Legislature Overrides Governor’s Veto”

USA Today Editorial: “New Law Empowers Women”

NYT: “Oklahoma Backs Abortion Restrictions”

“Oklahoma judge strikes down abortion ultrasounds law, State Atty General launches appeal”