In South Dakota, a trigger law went into effect after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade making abortion illegal, with no exception for rape or incest. Gov. Kristi Noem defended the law on "Face the Nation," saying that she does not believe one
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Published: 2022-06-26 01:44 pm
Noem defends no exception for rape, incest in South Dakota trigger law
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