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South Dakota voters will again decide the fate of a ballot measure banning abortion. A group supporting such a ban claims to have collected twice ...
South Dakota voters will again decide the fate of a ballot measure banning abortion. A group supporting such a ban claims to have collected twice the number of signatures needed to qualify its proposal for the November ballot.
In 2006, voters rejected an outright ban on abortion that had been approved by the legislature. This year's initiative would allow exceptions for cases of rape and incest.
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