A new Oklahoma law is set to go into effect Nov. 1 that would collect detailed data about each abortion performed — and post it all on a public Web site. The posts will not include the name, address or “any information specifically identifying the patient.” But opponents argue that the first eight questions alone would be enough to out any woman in a town of 200 or smaller.

“They’re really just trying to frighten women out of having abortions,” Keri Parks, director of external affairs at Planned Parenthood of Central Oklahoma, told Broadsheet.

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