BREAKING: New Ban Has Democrats FUMING – This Is Amazing…

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) blindsided Democrats by promising to ban the practice of doctors prescribing abortion pills through telemedicine following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

During a Sunday interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Governor Noem said, “I brought a bill that would ban telemedicine abortions, which means a doctor on the internet or over the phone could prescribe an abortion for an individual because these are very dangerous medical procedures, a woman is five times more likely to end up in an emergency room if they’re utilizing this kind of… method for an abortion.”

South Dakota is one of thirty states that will now limit or outright ban the prescription of abortion drugs via telemedicine.

The move represents one of the more significant ripples that will be felt from the reversal of Roe v. Wade.

With Roe reversed, individual states have more power than ever to tweak the rules around both the availability of abortions and the distribution of contraceptives.

The Supreme Court made it clear it wanted each state to have the power to tailor its approach to abortion and Governor Noem seems to have taken that mission to heart. South Dakota is now at the forefront of the fight against abortion.

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