On February 19, 2010, Oklahoma state court judge Daniel Owens ruled that a state law making it illegal for a doctor to perform an abortion based on the gender of a fetus and requiring numerous reporting requirements violated the Oklahoma Constitution. Owens found that the Statistical Reporting of Abortions Act [PDF] violated a constitutional requirement that a law cover only a single subject. Provisions of the Act banned doctors from performing abortions based on a women's desire for a baby of a specific sex. It also required doctors to ask a series of more than 35 questions inquiring into a woman's relationships and her reasons for wanting an abortion, and created a website that would have displayed demographics based on the information gathered. The law allowed for criminal charges against doctors who failed to report the information.