Governor Kristi Noem has told her office’s “unborn-child advocate” Mark Millerto review South Dakota’s abortion laws.
It’s in response to the new Texas law that outlaws most abortions thereafter about six weeks.
Noem used Twitter for the announcement Thursday. She referred to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to not take action to stop enforcement of the Texas law.
The tweet said: “Following the Supreme Court’s decision to leave the pro-life TX law in place, I have directed the Unborn Child Advocate in my office to immediately review the new TX law and current South Dakota laws to make sure we have the strongest pro life laws on the books in SD.”
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