A controversial new law requires women to meet their unborn child before having an abortion.
What if you were told that before you could have an abortion, you had to gaze at your unborn through an ultrasound, and hear your doctor describe your baby -- down to the details of its hands and feet?
If you live in Oklahoma, that might become your reality.
But the Center for Reproductive Rights has filed a suit against the state, saying the new law endangers health, invades privacy and attacks women's dignity.
Lamb says the lawsuit will stand a constitutional test, and because women are allowed to avert their eyes during the ultrasound, it doesn't qualify as "force."
One provision of the law prohibits women from collecting damages based on claims that a baby born with defects would have been better off aborted.
And abortion rights activists fear the provision could allow doctors to withhold information about abnormalities in the fetus that could lead to complications after birth.
Tell us - does this law violate your basic rights as a woman?