Friday, March 10, 2006

South Dakotan Rallies For and Against Abortion

Representing 20% of the non-student population, North Dakota resident Jonas Piper is protesting the state's enactment of a law that would ban nearly all abortions. "We wanted a big rally, but Bobby wasn't available," claimed Mr Piper.

If the law is enacted South Dakotans will have to travel to a nearby state for an abortion, an act they must do if they want to do anything, see another human or shop currently.

Abortion experts in the rest of the country are having a hard time judging the impact of the South Dakota law. "On the one hand we want to keep the option of an abortion open to everyone, but do we really want to spend the resources necessary to fight this in a state with a permanent resident population of 10?" said a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood.


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