I’m not very clear on exactly what the South Carolina Ultrasound Bill requires, but it looks like if a patient asks for an ultrasound, they will have to be provided one.  That’s a nice compromise position, and hopefully, it will save the lives of many unborn children by truly providing pregnant mothers with all the information they need to make a decision. 

Of course, the abortion industry is against this, and has been attacking the pro-life pregnancy support centers for using such "emotional manipulation tactics" as showing them the actual size, shape, and movement of the fetus.  Yes, the truth is sometimes distressing, but ignoring it actually ends up doing more damage.  You think about that.