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Dakotans For Health Press Coverage

Democracy is hard work and it requires all of us to work hard.

Rick Weiland  |  Co-Founder

KELO

Law enforcement investigates abortion petition callers

The South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation has been asked to look into a series of calls made May 13 to people who had signed the Abortion Rights petition. KELOLAND News first became aware of the calls on Monday morning when a family member of a newsroom employee received a call from someone claiming to be a volunteer with the Secretary of State’s Office.

5/13/24

The Dakota Scout

South Dakota's top abortion rights advocate squares off with hostile Republicans

Dakotans for Health defends proposed amendment during tense committee hearing at state Capitol

2/7/24

Dakotans for Health

The Truth About Our Movement to Restore Roe v. Wade in South Dakota

Enter Professor Hannah Haksgaard, a legal eagle from USD Law. She's got the skinny on our amendment, and guess what? It's Roe v. Wade reborn – nothing more, nothing less. Here’s her take, no mincing words.

12/1/23

South Dakota News Watch

Petition-gathering group reaches settlement with Minnehaha County

"We're pleased that our First Amendment right to circulate these petitions, which was threatened with this policy, is no longer being threatened."

11/22/23

KOTA

Dakotans for Health sues Lawrence County officals for violating rights

Following the recent ruling in Minnehaha County, the group's lawsuit seeks to stop petition circulation prohibitions that impede core...

6/22/23

KEVN

Dakotans for Health Sues Lawrence County Officials

Dakotans for Health Sues Lawrence County Officials.

6/21/23

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