Subject: Do you know of any resources for this woman?
“This woman,” who has no car, lives in a South Dakota town a 12-hour round trip drive from the nearest abortion provider.
Leslee Unruh’s fundraising is one of the forces behind South Dakota’s newest abortion restrictions. Who is she and what does she believe?
The fact that the anti-choice movement is just one arm of the larger religious right is often ignored. But a new law mandating religious indoctrination of women should change the discourse.
Though still modest, the total cash in South Dakota’s Life Protect Fund doubled this week to nearly $30,000 due to contributions. Who are the individuals and groups donating to the effort?
After nearly 40 years working in the abortion field, I can see that the situation is hopeless. I admit it. Personhood begins at ejaculation!
South Dakota’s governor signed a highly restrictive law this week, claiming a private funder will cover court costs. Who are these private funders and just how much is this costing the state? Even some Republican legislators are concerned.
No one thinks the law can possibly stand, not even those who are anti-abortion. But at least pro-choice organizations are getting a little funding and volunteerism out of it.
South Dakota’s governor has now signed a 72 hour waiting period and mandatory counseling session for women seeking abortions. So what’s next?
Today, South Dakota’s governor, Dennis Daugaard, signed a bill that creates unprecedented restrictions on access to abortion care. We won’t stand for this blatant mistreatment of women and blatantly unconstitutional law. We’ll see you court!
I’ve watched the phrase bandied about a lot during this last legislative session, so I thought it was time to see the facts for myself.