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Here’s the campaign pledge on abortion restrictions Gov McCrory will break

Last year when asked what additional restrictions on abortion he would agree to should he be elected Governor, Pat McCrory was unequivocal:  “None.”  Today he said he would sign the bill (SB353) passed by the House  (a very similar version was passed by the Senate) thats put many new regulations and restrictions on health clinics that offer abortion services in addition to other health care and family planning care.  Supporters and opponents of the bill agree the changes mean only 1-2 health clinics that offer abortion will remain open in the entire state.  Here’s the campaign pledge:

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  1. david esmay

    July 14, 2013 at 9:04 pm

    After signing, McCrory will be required along with Berger, Tiilis, Stam, and the rest of the NC GOTP, to carry a piece of —- in his pocket for I.D. purposes.

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