Federal judge partially upholds South Dakota abortion law
CWN - September 08, 2009
A federal judge in South Dakota has upheld a new state law's requirement that women should be informed, before obtaining an abortion, that the procedure ends a human life. The judge ruled against the law's requirements that women considering abortion be told that the procedure may increase the risk of suicide.
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