Another Setback for South Dakota Pro-Aborts

Plans to build an abortion clinic on an American Indian reservation in South Dakota appear to have crashed and burned:

Oglala Sioux Tribal President Cecelia Fire Thunder has proposed the abortion facility in response to [South Dakota’s recently enacted] abortion ban, but a retired tribal chief judge says tribal law would prevent it from being built. Patrick Lee, a retired chief judge for the Oglala Sioux Tribe who now teaches tribal law at Oglala Lakota College, wrote an op-ed over the weekend to the Rapid City Journal. “Life is sacred – the winged, two-legged, four-legged. You hear constant references to respect for life,” Lee said. “Its the tribal law.”

Read the whole article here; Christina Dunigan at RealChoice has great analysis here.

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