- South Dakota received some good news this week from a report showing the number of abortions fell significantly across the state.
- The state Department of Health reported 382 abortions in 2018, a 23 percent drop from 2017, KELO News reports.
- In comparison, 497 unborn babies were aborted in the state in 2017.
South Dakota has only one abortion business, a Planned Parenthood in Sioux Falls. Many of the women (154) who aborted their unborn babies in 2018 live in Minnehaha County, where the Planned Parenthood also is located, according to the report. Pro-life advocates celebrated the news but agreed that more needs to be done to help mothers and babies in the state. “Although this reduction of elective abortions is welcomed the news, we will not rest until every human being is given the right to life in our […]