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Welcome to the Next Level of Abortion Restrictions

Welcome to the next level of abortion restrictions.

It’s time to put the old weapons away and start investing in the upcoming generation of pro-choice, reproductive justice leaders.

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South Dakota Legislature Makes Bad Abortion Bill… Worse.

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It looks like the South Dakota legislature has built upon its last unconstitutional, litigated piece of anti-choice legislation and in its infinite wisdom passed an even more egregious piece of anti-choice legislation.

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CPCs Should Be Included in South Dakota Lawsuit Because They Would “Lose Business”

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Crisis pregnancy centers say they’re all about helping women and children, but their legal justification says otherwise.

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Will South Dakota Have More Abortion Fights In 2012?

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The state already has numerous abortion restrictions being defending in court.  Will next year’s legislative session add even more?

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South Dakota Governor Asks For More Money to Defend Anti-Choice Laws

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The governor has requested an additional $1 million be added to the legal budget.

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South Dakota Asks To Retry “Suicide” Claim

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As if they don’t have enough restrictions in the court, the state wants to retry one that was already settled.

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South Dakota Defense Fund Doubles in Size Thanks To One Donor

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The legislative fund meant to pay for the state to defend anti-choice laws just got a $25,000 donation.

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Court Victory in South Dakota’s Misinformed Consent Law

Today the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals threw out important provisions of a South Dakota law that literally forced doctors to lie to their patients.

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South Dakota Legislator Uses Newspaper Column to Solicit Funding for Anti-Choice Legal Defense Fund

A local Republican legislator uses her public office to raise money for the state to defend its unconstitutional “informed consent” law.

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South Dakota Mandatory 72 Hour Waiting Period On Hold Until Court Rules on Constitutionality

The state attorney general has decided not to appeal the injunction while the case is waiting to be heard in court.

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