“From our perspective, the folks that we advocate for, families and individuals impacted by cancer, times makes a huge difference. Being able to have access and expand care quickly means that lives are saved.”
With the average price of a home in North Carolina up over 27-percent in the last year, not many families can afford what has become the norm for the market. For one Eastern Carolina woman that is not the case anymore.
A 1973 North Carolina law that banned abortions after 20 weeks was struck down in 2019. Instead, abortions can be performed until fetal viability. However, with the Supreme Court’s ruling, that original 20-week ban could be restored.