The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a 2011 North Carolina law that had required abortion providers to describe an ultrasound of a fetus to a patient, regardless of whether the pregnant woman wanted to look or listen.
Protestors gathered at the state’s legislature Wednesday morning to demonstrate against a bill passed by the state Senate before they go on break that would tighten the regulations on abortion clinics.Read More
“We used to be a beacon of light,” said State Sen. Ellie Kinnaird (D-Orange) after Wednesday’s controversial passage of an anti-abortion bill.Read More
CHAPEL HILL- The Chapel Hill Town Council is publically advocating for an end to what some are...Read More