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South Dakota to Consider Revised Ban on Abortion

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South Dakota to Consider Revised Ban on Abortion

South Dakota to Consider Revised Ban on Abortion

South Dakota to Consider Revised Ban on Abortion

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South Dakota voters rejected a ban on abortions last November. Now, a bipartisan group of lawmakers plans to introduce a modified version of the ban that would make exceptions for rape, incest and the health of the pregnant woman.

Madeleine Brand talks with state legislator Brock Greenfield, who supported the earlier law, about why he is opposed to the new version.

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