The South Carolina legislature will not enact tighter abortion regulations.

There is a good chance that South Carolina's abortion regulations won't tighten up.

following a special legislative session on Tuesday when Republicans in the General Assembly were unable to agree on a complete prohibition on the procedure.

For decades, South Carolina led the way in enacting stricter abortion regulations that went against Roe v. Wade.

Wade even before the U.S. Supreme Court this summer reversed the precedent-setting ruling.

The state mandates 24-hour waiting periods, ultrasounds, and parental approval before abortions.

However, when confronted with the effects of bans that have materialised in other jurisdictions.

The measure was probably eliminated for this session by a House vote on Tuesday. Republicans in the House pressed on a complete ban on abortion.

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