Years ago, the state of South Dakota adopted a requirement that women obtaining abortions in the state’s only abortion business be warned about the dangers they face.
Such as that an abortion terminates the life of a separate individual, a person they have a constitutional right to have a relationship with. Also, that there are links between abortion and suicide ideation. And more.
Planned Parenthood ferociously fought the requirement, which ultimately was upheld by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Several times.
The case didn’t go to the U.S. Supreme Court then because a precedent there could have established such a requirement nationwide.
So the abortion business had to do something else.
It started providing the state’s required warnings, including that some studies have found that women who have had abortions have a higher rate of suicide, that an abortion will