South Carolina Introduces New Act to Prevent Abortions

South Carolina Introduces New Act to Prevent Abortions

( – If you’re a conservative in America, it can seem like your values are constantly under attack nowadays. As social liberalism becomes more and more mainstream, traditional family values have seemingly gone by the wayside. However, these values still prevail in many parts of the country.

On Thursday, January 28, South Carolina’s state Senate passed the South Carolina Fetal Heartbeat and Protection from Abortion Act in a 30-13 vote. Having already made it through the state House, the bill is expected to be signed into law by Governor Henry McMaster (R).

It would outlaw abortion in almost all cases, and requires doctors to perform ultrasound testing “if they believe a woman [requesting an abortion] is at least eight weeks pregnant.” Unless the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest, or the mother’s life is in danger, any fetus over two months old with a heartbeat must be carried to term.

Abortion has become so acceptable these days that many people view it as a basic human right. However, for those who believe in the sanctity of human life, unborn or otherwise, this will never be the case. This new South Carolina law is a huge victory for Conservatives.

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