I wonder what's next? I mean, if SD does this, do they realize they are opening the door to ignoring the voters on other issues, too? What about gun rights? What if I have an ex boyfriend that I believe is going to take a gun that he bought and kill me with it? Does that give me the right to shoot the gun dealer?
If I think that an HMO rep is going to deny my coverage for chemo and essentially sentence me to a slow, painful death, can I kill him? Is that justifiable? Of course not.
Not to mention that according to the article, abortion bans in the state were not only defeated, but they were defeated by a 12-point margin. That's not a slim majority, that's a solid "NO" from the taxpayers.