Life in South Dakota

I’m going to diverge from my normal prayer room banter for this post and talk about another topic. In my teen years, I was very active in pro-life work with an organization called SOHLNet. I am still avidly pro-life and I couldn’t resist this news before it got stale.

On Monday July 28, Sioux Falls’ Planned Parenthood was closed for the day. Why? Because their preliminary injunction to stop execution of the 2005 informed consent law expired. I had been one of many who prayed over this law and now I can thank God it is finally in effect. It is so effective, actually, that Planned Parenthood would rather shut itself down than comply with it!

So what could be so extreme in this law as to cause PP to shut down? Among other things, the following:

  • Abortion doctors must advise pregnant mothers in writing that the abortion will “terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique, living human being.”
  • Requires the doctor to inform the pregnant mother that the pregnant mother and the second human being have an existing relationship that enjoys protection under the Constitution of the United States, and that the procedure terminates that relationship and the rights associated with it. The Law also requires disclosure of medical risks, including the risk of depression and “increased risk of suicide ideation and suicide.”
  • Penalties for non-compliance could include imprisonment, loss of medical license, and even civil prosecution.

Now, the only question is, how can we get a version of this law passed in California?


3 thoughts on “Life in South Dakota

  1. Wow! THAT IS AWESOME! Thank you darling for being persistent in prayer for the unborn. God is piling up your jewels.

    Much love, Mom

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