The Associated Press reports:
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Tuesday (Jan. 11) said she would push legislation to ban abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, as she laid out a sharply conservative list of priorities to start the state’s legislative session.
During the final State of the State address of her first term, the Republican governor proposed what amounted to a wish list for conservative voters, promising to make it easier for state residents to get a permit to carry concealed firearms and nearly impossible for them to get an abortion.
She is also proposing a requirement that schools allot time for prayer, a ban on the teaching of controversial material on race in public schools and ensured exemptions from COVID-19 vaccines for medical or religious reasons.
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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is pushing legislation to ban abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. https://t.co/TGDlMjUnMz
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