Governor of South Dakota Kristi Noem (R), who is being considered as a candidate for the 2024 presidency, called Tuesday for states to adopt more extreme laws against abortion.

Abortion South Dakota law makes it illegal to have a baby if she is pregnant. The trigger law was passed after Roe v. Wade’s landmark ruling was overturned by the Supreme Court.

Noem I urge you to act immediately “every governor” Similar policies can be implemented.

“I think that talking about situations and making statements is incredibly important, but also taking action and governing and bringing policies that protect life are even more important because that’s what truly will save lives,” Noem told CBS News.

Ian Fury Noem’s spokesperson, earlier this month criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for “hiding behind a 15-week ban” Information about abortion.

DeSantis was vague about abortion. But, last month, DeSantis hinted that the state could approve a 6-week ban.

“I’m willing to sign great life legislation,” DeSantis stated this in December. “That’s what I’ve always said I would do.”

While Republicans have a supermajority in the Florida state House and Senate and could easily pass more restrictive laws, DeSantis’ widely expected presidential run could explain his reluctance to push through the change.

Asked if she agreed with Fury’s comments on DeSantis, Noem CBS News “I believe that every leader now today has the opportunity to stand for every single life. And I’m proud that in South Dakota we have done exactly that.”

Republicans have continued pursuing anti-abortion policies despite the party’s poor performance in November’s midterm elections, which even former President Donald Trump attributed its extreme abortion positions.

The interview will be conducted in English. Noem Refused to Daily Beast’s recent report Trump granted her permission to follow DeSantis.

“It’s been quite some time since I’ve had the chance to have a personal conversation with President Trump,” Noem said.

However, the governor didn’t give a clear answer as to whether or not she was planning on running for president.

“I’m not convinced that I need to run for president but I also believe that this country needs somebody to lead us that has a vision,” Noem said.