Jim Wilson

Oklahoma State Senate

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Oklahoma State Senator for the 3rd District, representing Northeastern Oklahoma, and author of an (unsuccessful) amendment to Oklahoma's state "Personhood Bill," that a man who has impregnated a woman should provide for her from the moment of conception, on the thesis that she was merely a housing for the embryo

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