A new poll indicates that things are looking bad for South Dakota's pro-life bill that passed the legislature easily:
The poll of 800 registered voters found that 52 percent opposed the measure that overwhelmingly passed the 2006 Legislature. Forty-two percent favored the proposed ban on abortions, and just 6 percent were undecided.
The poll also found that the proposed ban on abortions would have more support if it allowed abortions in cases of rape and incest.
Meanwhile abortion is also being debated in Poland and Nicaragua, the latter where a new abortion ban was just passed.
Win or lose in these particular battles, I think the important thing is to make sure we do not accept legalized abortion as a settled issue.