Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson recently attacked Stein for suing the pharmaceutical companies responsible for the spread of the opioid crisis. Robinson said Stein should be going after drug dealers and not pharmaceutical companies. Stein is focusing on both.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson who is running for governor in 2024, recently attacked NC Attorney General Josh Stein for suing the pharmaceutical companies responsible for the spread of the opioid crisis.
The approved medication, known as Opill, will go a long way in increasing reproductive health care access for uninsured individuals, and those unable to afford doctor visits.
Senate Bill 90 requires that parental consent would be required in order for minors to receive mental health counseling – unless the minor believes they’re a danger to themselves or others.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and state Democrats have called out Republicans’ delay, urging lawmakers to separate Medicaid expansion from the state budget.
Last week while legislators were off for the Fourth of July holiday, Cooper vetoed three anti-LGBTQ+ culture war bills – House Bill 574, House Bill 808 and Senate Bill 49. Republicans plan to override Cooper’s vetoes soon.
VP Kamala Harris Visits Charlotte on 1-Year Anniversary of Overturning of Roe v. Wade, Pledges to Continue to Fight for Abortion Rights
Vice President Harris told a crowd of supporters that the Biden administration will continue to stand up for abortion rights even as Republicans across the country and in North Carolina work to take away those rights.
“..Trans children … disproportionally commit suicide and there is tons of data that says when they have access to this care, the chances of them committing suicide decrease by more than 50%,” Sen. Sydney Batch said during a Senate hearing.
Republican leaders have made it clear that the imminent abortion ban is just the beginning of their plans to restrict reproductive freedom in the state.
While working to pass last-minute changes to unconstitutional parts of the law, Republicans also voted to table without debate 12 Democratic amendments that addressed a variety of those issues.