Constance N. Johnson

Oklahoma State Senate

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Oklahoma State Senator, representing the 48th District; Chair of the State Senate's Black Caucus and Secretary of the Southern National Black Caucus; author of the "Spilled Semen" amendment to her state's "Personhood Bill"

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