North Carolina GOP overrides veto of 12-week abortion limit, allowing it to become law


North Carolina Republicans have overwritten a veto of a 12 week abortion limit, allowing it to become state law. I Norman hall, legislation banning most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy will become law in North Carolina after the state's Republican controlled General Assembly successfully overrode the democratic governor's veto. The house completed the second and final part of the override after a similar three fifths majority voted for the override in the state Senate, the outcome represents a major victory for Republican legislative leaders who needed every GOP member on board to enact the law over a governor Roy Cooper's opposition. I Norman hall

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