The Republican who had himself excused is facing serious criticism.
The House narrowly overrode the veto, and the senate is likely one vote from overriding, too.
After the governor vetoed an abortion waiting period, it was assumed the legislature would override the veto. Was that assumption wrong?
Just hours before a looming midnight deadline on Monday, North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue vetoed a state bill mandating an abortion waiting period and pre-abortion counseling. But the fight is not over yet.
North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue vetoes two new abortion restrictions in the state.
The budget veto among other issues would have stopped the defunding of Planned Parenthood.
The funding ban will now go back for a potential veto override.
North Carolina is proposing new restrictions to women accessing abortions, including wait periods and ultrasounds.
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Now that they have a Republican majority, Wake County, North Carolina is ready to ban abortion from public employee insurance again.