Florence, South Carolina 2022-06-24 18:28:58 –
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) —The Grand Strand Group responds with both happiness and fear to Friday’s Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling to overturn the Roe v. Wade case, which sends an abortion law decision back to the state. I am.
“My first reaction was … happy. Terry Borkes, president of Grand Strand Citizens For Life, an anti-abortion rights group, said:” It’s probably in some of the states I imagine. It still means that a woman can choose to get pregnant, but she wants to refrain from getting pregnant, but if she gets pregnant, she wants to have her child to be a child. As a scholarly or physiology teacher tells you, it’s not a mass of tissue … from conception. If this allows many other babies born and worthy of enjoying life like all of us to stay alive. I’m happy.”
Meanwhile, the Palmetto Abortion Fund opposes the ruling.
“I think the impact of the Roe v. Wade overthrow will have widespread consequences and widespread consequences after the abortion,” said Ashlyn Preau, Executive Director of the Palmetto Abortion Fund. “In addition to the fact that it costs to raise a child, as a mother of three, I can say that they have a lot of money. Ready to be a parent. “
Daedra Griffin, co-founder and president of the Palmetto Abortion Fund, said:
Abortion is legal in South Carolina, but it is subject to change soon, at the signal of state legislators.
The South Carolina fetal heartbeat bill, which bans abortions after about six weeks, is still under discussion in court, and the new ruling could take the bill to the next step.
“Today’s Supreme Court ruling is an overwhelming victory for the Constitution and those who have worked for many years to save the lives of our most vulnerable people,” Governor Henry McMaster tweeted. .. “By the end of the day, petition for fetal heartbeat law in South Carolina and immediately work with members of the General Assembly to best resolve the lives of unborn South Carolina citizens. I will decide the plan. “
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