BISMARCK — North Dakota senators voted to require physicians to inform women that it may be possible to reverse a drug-induced abortion if they change their mind Friday, March 15, despite warnings that the claim isn't backed by science.
The Senate's vote sends House Bill to Gov.
Doug Burgum. It's one of two major abortion bills making their way through the Republican-controlled Legislature this session. Janne Myrdal, R-Edinburg.
It is not medical advice. Proponents have said women can undo the abortion process by taking the hormone progesterone after the first of two drugs used in a medical abortion. Kristin Roers, Damota is a nurse.
Four states have similar laws, including South Dakota, according to the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive rights group. The Senate is also poised to consider a bill outlawing an abortion Bismacrk commonly used in the second trimester of a pregnancy. A spokesman for Burgum declined to comment on the abortion reversal bill.
The Republican governor doesn't generally comment on bills before they reach his desk. He attended the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities, where he studied journalism and political science, and he previously worked at the Grand Forks Herald and Bemidji Pioneer.
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