'Strong Pro-Life State': South Dakota Governor Signs Executive Order Banning Abortion Pills
Today, I signed an Executive Order preventing telemedicine abortions in South Dakota.— Governor Kristi Noem (@govkristinoem) September 7, 2021
The Biden Administration is working right now to make it easier to end the life of an unborn child via telemedicine abortion. That is not going to happen in South Dakota. pic.twitter.com/sFWaLIYzmF
“This is no longer about ‘a woman and her doctor’, but a woman – or girl – and a stranger on the internet. States can no longer depend on the FDA to regulate abortion drugs in any meaningful way, and I am pleased to see Governor Noem step up for her state. Abortion is never safe, but it’s far more dangerous when women are abandoned by physicians and left to manage their complications alone", Foster said.
No... the Biden administration is trying to protect a woman's *constitutionally protected* right to end her pregnancy, safely and under the care of a doctor. What state purpose does it serve to prohibit telemedicine for one legal procedure (abortion) but not another (pick one)?— Michelle Randall (@MichelleR22SD) September 7, 2021
Yet you do anything but put into policies that actually reduce unwanted pregnancies like comprehensive sex Ed programs, widespread access to contraceptives, etc. you are just pro forced birth— Amanda (@theamandashow15) September 7, 2021
How about an executive order banning sex if its intent is not procreation?— LoVie Resists to Persists (@lovie_austin) September 8, 2021