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Kristi Noem signs bill forcing trans kids to de-transition then flies to D.C. to stir up 2024 chatter

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South Dakota’s trans-hating governor Kristi Noem continued her senseless crusade against LGBTQ+ youth this week by signing the “Help Not Harm” bill that outlaws gender-affirming care for transgender kids and teens.The bill, which Noem proudly signed on Monday and which goes into effect July 1, bans doctors from prescribing puberty blockers or hormone therapy as well as performing surgery on minors as treatment for gender dysphoria.Taking it one step further, the bill also orders doctors already treating trans youth with puberty blockers to taper the minors off the medications by December 31, effectively forcing them to de-transition.Doctors who violate the law could have their medical licenses revoked.“South Dakota’s kids are our future,” Noem said in a statement. “With this legislation, we are protecting kids from harmful, permanent medical procedures.

I will always stand up for the next generation of South Dakotans.”South Dakota’s kids are our future.I am signing HB 1080 to protect our kids from harmful, permanent medical procedures.I will always stand up for the next generation of South Dakotans.

pic.twitter.com/vRsCHGihLO— Governor Kristi Noem (@govkristinoem) February 13, 2023Immediately after signing the bill, Noem jetted off to Washington, D.C., where she’s been on a “speech tour” all week in an obvious attempt at drumming up chatter about a potential 2024 run for the White House.Yesterday, she gave a policy speech about China to the America First Policy Institute, a conservative think tank dedicated to pushing the agendas of ex-president Donald Trump, who Noem has previously vowed never to run against.When asked if she was considering a presidential run, she coyly and incoherently replied, “I would say [that’s].

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