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Both sides say fight isn't over after SC court strikes 'fetal heartbeat bill'

Jan 06, 2023 View Original Article
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    12% Somewhat Conservative

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    70% ReliableGood

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    10% Center

  • Politician Portrayal

    -18% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

52% : "The court's decision means that our patients can continue to come to us, their trusted health care providers, to access abortion and other essential health services in South Carolina," Planned Parenthood South Atlantic President and CEO Jenny Black said.
47% : In the meantime, Thursday's ruling means abortion remains legal in South Carolina before 20 weeks into a pregnancy.
45% : "We are thrilled, we're relieved that the decision has been made and that it is decisively in favor of tossing out the six-week abortion ban and upholding the right to abortion in South Carolina," Women's Rights and Empowerment Network CEO Ann Warner said.
40% : Hearn also wrote in the majority opinion that the state does have the authority to impose restrictions on abortion if they're reasonable, saying the right to privacy is not absolute.
32% : On July 13, 2022, Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, Greenville Women's Clinic, and two physicians filed a new lawsuit asking the state trial court to block the ban for violating South Carolinaians' constitutional rights to privacy and equal protection by banning abortion, by providing inadequate protections for patients' health and by conditioning sexual assault survivors' access to abortion on the disclosure of their personal information to law enforcement.

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