HB453 was just presented to Gov. Cooper

BREAKING: Earlier this morning, the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (HB453) was presented to the Governor. The Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (HB453) prohibits abortions based on race and/or the prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. 

One of three scenarios are now possible:

  1. The Governor signs the bill and it becomes a law.
  2. The Governor does nothing, and 10 days after the bill is presented it becomes law.
  3. The Governor vetoes the bill, and it goes back to the legislative body of origin for a potential veto override with a three-fifths vote of the Senate and House.

If you haven't done so already, would you consider joining us in praying that governor Cooper will have compassion on the unborn and sign this bill into law, and that if he doesn’t, our legislators will be encouraged to stand strong and override his veto?

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