By a 22 to 20 vote, the Senate adjourned, ultimately killing the bill.
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Some were outraged at the states Fetal Heartbeat Bill, with others saying it’s not enough.
Lawsuits are ramping up across the country, after the Supreme Court took away a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion. The Biden administration is coming under pressure to take action and increase access to abortion services.
The fallout from the Supreme Court reversal of Roe v Wade continues across the United States. At least 13 states have ceased nearly all abortion services, including here in South Carolina. Existing abortion laws in at least four states are all facing lawsuits. This comes as women are left wondering what to do if they need care.
Corporate America is reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. From tech to retail, dozens of companies are now pledging support for their employees seeking an abortion. Some are even offering to reimburse employees for traveling out of state to get the procedure.
Protests and legal battles are ramping up in the United States over abortion rights, as the focus moves to state courts and legislatures.
South Carolina Attorney General says the state’s Fetal Heartbeat Act is now in effect.
26 states in this country are now likely to ban or restrict abortion rights after the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade last week. Americans on both sides of the issue are reacting, taking to the streets as women across the U.S. face a new reality.
At least six people were arrested during protests in Greenville on Saturday, in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Last week, the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending abortion as a constitutional right, after being the law of the land for nearly a half century. 26 states are either moving to ban abortion outright or severely restrict abortion rights. The impact was felt across the country as soon as it came down, and it will play out in elections, state legislatures and courts for years come.