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South Dakota prosecutes abortion documents and restricts access to tablets: Governor Nome

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem will prosecute an aborting doctor on Sunday to try to limit women's access to abortion drugs bySaid. 

South Dakota proclaimed "trigger law" that abortion was a criminal offense shortly after the US Supreme Court's decision to overthrow the 1973 Roe v. Wade case. It is one of the 10 states that it has. It has established the right of women to have procedures. 

Republican Nome said South Dakota would prosecute doctors rather than women who violated the law.

"We continue these discussions on how we can help these mothers and what it means to avoid prosecuting them in these situations."The gnome is"Face the Nation" on CBS News."[Prosecution] always focuses on doctors who are deliberately violating the law to carry out an abortion in our state."

Supreme Court — In a Mississippi case. A ruling banning abortion after 15 weeks of gestation — defeated the Law vs. Wade case, allowing individual states to ban or limit their practices. 

In South Dakota, all abortions are illegal unless deemed necessary to save the life of the mother. There are no other exceptions, including rape and incest.

South Dakota will also restrict access to abortion pills.
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Is CBS Margaret Brennan South Dakota? Asked Noem if he also pointed out that Attorney General Merrick Garland had warned the state to prevent taking drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and plans to limit access to abortion drugs. doing. 

Mr. Nome said that South Dakota Parliament is "dangerous to these individuals without medical supervision of a doctor", so such telemedicine abortion is available. He said he did not think it should be.

Brennan asked if South Dakota would dismiss the FDA and determine what medicines the state's residents could receive.

"Many of these decisions are made at the state level, and absolutely so. That's state action," Nome said.