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A South Carolina judge has denied a request from the Planned Parenthood abortion business to block the state’s heartbeat law, making it so the pro-life law will continue protecting babies from abortions.

Circuit Judge Casey Manning declined Planned Parenthood’s request today to block the Fetal Heartbeat and Protection from Abortion Act and instead sent the issue directly to the South Carolina Supreme Court to decide.

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, the Greenville Women’s Clinic abortion business, and two abortionists sued the state to overturn the Fetal Heartbeat Act after the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the federal injunction against it following the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

In making his decision, Judge Manning said, the case “will stop in the Supreme Court. Why shouldn’t it start in the Supreme Court?”

Read more at Life News.

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6 months ago

So, do I understand this correctly? Planned Parenthood wants to have a law that recognizes that when a fetus has a heart beat, which is an indicator a of live baby, be overturned so that the live baby can be aborted. Is that correct? Come on folks, recognize that for what it is, ending the LIFE of a child who is alive. We’re better than that….. Let the law stand and make it the law in every state.

Roger 43
Roger 43
5 months ago

If you have this “Black Heart” in your body that goes against The Laws of God it is best for you to give your siblings up for adoption because you don’t deserve the precious gifts bestowed on you! My Neighbor is one of those black hearted individuals who is raising her Bambi son with a bedroom full of dolls! It’s no wonder children want to change there sex, thank you mommy?