Governor of South Dakota orders abortion drug restrictions
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem issued an executive order on Tuesday to limit access to abortion drugs and make it clear that abortion is within state law that requires direct consultation with doctors. bottom. With a national push to outlaw most abortions among Republicans, Nome has been told by the State Department of Health that drugs that induce abortion are state-approved doctors only after face-to-face examinations. Instructed to create a rule that can be prescribed or dispensed by. When Texas law came into force last week and medical professionals were able to detect heart activity, they usually had access to abortion drugs for about six weeks before many women knew they were pregnant. It became an urgent issue.