Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Voters appear to lean against abortion ban

SIOUX FALLS -- South Dakota voters are leaning against the state's tough new ban on abortions, a poll released yesterday shows. The statewide survey of 800 registered voters found 47 percent opposed the strict ban, while 39 percent favored it. The remaining 14 percent were undecided. The Legislature voted overwhelmingly earlier this year to make abortion illegal in all cases -- including rape and incest -- unless the procedure was necessary to save the woman's life. It was to become law on July 1, but opponents gathered enough signatures to delay it and to let voters decide in November whether the ban should take effect. (AP) Colorado .

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