Now, the legislature can meet as a conference committee to come to a compromise or simply let the bill die until next session.
Democratic Representative Gilda Cobb-Hunter says that while lawmakers say the bill will protect unborn life, it will make many lives in the state worse.
While some medical experts are against proposed laws being discussed that would prohibit abortions, there are also those in healthcare that support the ban.
While Rep. John McCravy supports the proposed bill, some of his colleagues expressed their opposition.
Ultimately the suggested bill moves on to the judiciary committee after nine representatives voted for it.
Some were outraged at the states Fetal Heartbeat Bill, with others saying it’s not enough.
Both chambers passed an almost $14 billion budget which includes income tax cuts and almost a billion dollars on road improvement.
Lawmakers will return June 15th and 28th to work on the budget, a select other specific bills and any vetoes from the governor.
Overall, the majority leader says this session has been a success.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — With just two more days of the legislative session to go, lawmakers are trying to get as much done as possible. However, there’s a lot on the calendar yet to be discussed. “The budget. I mean I figure we all know the budget has to get past. I think election reform would be second. People experience…