SC: Abortion waiting period: Bill hits women below the belt (opinion)

Cara Tuttle Bell of The Herald-Journal writes:

With a clear disregard for the rights and health of women, the S.C. General Assembly is back in the business of legislating its view of morality with H-3245, a bill requiring a mandatory 24-hour delay if a woman receives an ultrasound before terminating a pregnancy.

This delay is medically unnecessary but is a medical decision that the disproportionately male state legislature is making for women, against the advice of actual doctors who have testified at previous committee meetings.

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