The South Carolina House passed a near-total ban on abortion from the time of conception in the state on Tuesday, with exceptions for cases where the child was conceived through rape or incest.
This was the second time the bill had been voted on, but it did not pass the first time when it did not have any exceptions.
When the exceptions were added, the bill passed 67-38, but it still has a ways to go before it becomes law.
It needs to pass with another vote in the House, a vote in the Senate, and then be signed by the governor.
Most voters in a new Fox News poll said they believe abortion should "mostly" or "always" be illegal.
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