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Pro-choice advocates call emergency rally at General Assembly at 9:00 this morning

She decidesIn response to last night’s 11th hour anti-choice treachery,  pro-choice advocates are calling on supporters to come to the North Carolina Senate gallery this morning for the session that begins at that hour.

More details here.

2 Comments


  1. Sally Buckner

    July 3, 2013 at 10:11 am

    I am appalled by the measures the Senate passed last night–as I am appalled almost daily by their indifference to the needy in our state.

  2. David Rademacher

    July 3, 2013 at 10:29 am

    I am disturbed by the legislature’s efforts to gut the state of the funding that provides important services, and to impose an ideological agenda that takes away the rights of individuals. It is embarrassing to watch, and I hope there is a realization that there will be consequences in the next election. If not for creative gerrymandering, I am not sure we would be seeing such a distortion of the values of the actual majority of the state.

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