The new law requires women who are menstruating to report to the South Dakota Department of Health to have their menstrual blood inspected for evidence of human beings. Since South Dakota passed a law (statute text) designating fertilized eggs as human beings, even a normal-seeming menstrual period could be a miscarried human being. Women who are determined to have discharged human beings from their uteri will be subject to charges of manslaughter, punishable by 2-6 years in prison.
A special provision of the new law calls for the construction of Reproductive Protection Centers, where convicted women will be closely supervised.
In a related collegiate scholarship program, young men whose GPAs are 3.5 or above will be able to reproduce with the convicts. The bill's sponsor, Peter Princely (R), described this provision as "the best way to ensure that our best and brightest can reproduce and multiply."Yes, I made that up. But it's not so far-fetched now, is it?