Wednesday, the South Carolina House, by a vote of 89-17, approved a bill that would effectively ban “dismemberment” abortions, known medically as a dilation and evacuation procedure. It is the most common procedure undertaken when women receive abortions in the second trimester. The bill now goes to the S.C. Senate for consideration.
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