A judge halts South Carolina’s new abortion law pending state Supreme Court review


South Carolina Assistant Attorney General Thomas Hydrick argues during a hearing in Columbia on Friday that a judge should not halt enforcement of the state

A judge put South Carolina’s new law banning most abortions around six weeks of pregnancy on hold until the state Supreme Court can review the measure.

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