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Op-Ed: S. Dakota gov. stuck on control of women, signs abortion-wait law
Sioux Falls - South Dakota’s governor Dennis Daugaard signed into law on Tuesday a measure that will require women seeking an abortion to meet with their doctor, in person, and wait three days after that consultation before an abortion is performed.
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