South Dakota & Kristi Noem: Abortion Executive Order

South Dakota Guv Kristi Noem speaks at the North Carolina GOP convention in Greenville, North Carolina, June 5, 2021. (Jonathan Drake/Reuters)

South Dakota guv Kristi Noem signed an executive order on Tuesday to avoid abortions from being carried out through telemedicine in her state.

The order restricts dispensation of abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine, shipment, or mail services. In addition, the order prohibits the dispensation of abortion-inducing drugs on state or school premises.

“The Biden Administration is continuing to overstep its authority and suppress legislatures that are standing up for the unborn to pass strong pro-life laws,” Noem stated in a news release. “They are working right now to make it easier to end the life of an unborn child via telemedicine abortion. That is not going to happen in South Dakota.”

Journalism release specified that Noem would work with the South Dakota legislature to pass the requirements into law throughout the 2022 legal session. The order follows a Texas law prohibiting abortions upon detection of a fetal heart beat entered into impact recently.

Noem’s order likewise repeats that abortion-inducing medication might just be recommended and given following an in-person assessment by a doctor. This treatment is currently needed under South Dakota law.

The Biden administration revealed in April that it would reverse Trump-administration guidelines mandating that females acquire abortion-inducing medication personally while the coronavirus pandemic stays a hazard. The choice, revealed by Fda acting commissioner Janet Woodcock, permitted dispensation of abortion tablet mifepristone through mail.

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Zachary Evans is a news author for National Evaluation Online. He is a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces and a skilled violist.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.