Govern McMaster signs pro life law. Abortion Activists file lawsuit.

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David Hucks
David Hucks
David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

This morning, S.C. Governor Henry McMaster signed the pro life bill which passed in the S.C. Senate yesterday into law.

The law makes abortions illegal once an ultrasound detects cardiac activity, which can happen roughly six weeks into a pregnancy.

Planned Parenthood, abortion activists and abortion activist judges in S.C. were quick to respond.

Horry Senator Luke Rankin

A lawsuit has been filed by Planned Parenthood in an attempt to leverage liberal Supreme Court Justices appointed by liberal Republican Horry County State Senator Luke Rankin and the JMSC.

Liberal former S.C. Supreme Court Justice Kay Hearn struck down the measure that passed in the General Assembly in 2022.

Thankfully this liberal S.C. Supreme Court Justice, fawned over by Senator Rankin, has since retired.

The pro life legislation protects the rights of the unborn and make S.C. consistent with its neighboring states on this one key issue.

S.C. Governor Henry McMaster expects the law to win in the S.C. Supreme Court with the recent appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice who replaced Hearn.

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