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It’s his second veto in a week and third overall this year.
 
State Representatives Pat McElraft (R-Carteret) and Dr. Kristin Baker (R-Cabarrus) are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to sign the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (House Bill 453)
State Representatives Pat McElraft (R-Carteret) and Dr. Kristin Baker (R-Cabarrus) are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to sign the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (House Bill 453)
 
Jaden Ng, 13, and her family sat in the gallery on Thursday morning to watch the N.C. Senate vote to ban abortions sought based on the likelihood of Down syndrome
Jaden Ng, 13, and her family sat in the gallery on Thursday morning to watch the N.C. Senate vote to ban abortions sought based on the likelihood of Down syndrome
 
Bill Prevents Abortions Based on Race, Gender or Down Syndrome
 
In a time when children with Down syndrome are literally being exterminated in parts of the world, actor Shia LaBeouf is now crediting one individual with Down syndrome with saving his life.
In a time when children with Down syndrome are literally being exterminated in parts of the world, actor Shia LaBeouf is now crediting one individual with Down syndrome with saving his life.
 
During Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Melania and I join in celebrating the lives and achievements of Americans with Down syndrome.
During Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Melania and I join in celebrating the lives and achievements of Americans with Down syndrome.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory lit the Executive Mansion blue on Monday night to observe World Down Syndrome Day, an internationally recognized day chosen for the third copy of the 21st chromosome (3-21) that defines the genetic condition.
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory lit the Executive Mansion blue on Monday night to observe World Down Syndrome Day, an internationally recognized day chosen for the third copy of the 21st chromosome (3-21) that defines the genetic condition.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will light the Executive Mansion blue tonight to observe World Down Syndrome Day, an internationally recognized day chosen for the third copy of the 21st chromosome (3-21) that defines the genetic condition
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will light the Executive Mansion blue tonight to observe World Down Syndrome Day, an internationally recognized day chosen for the third copy of the 21st chromosome (3-21) that defines the genetic condition
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will light the Executive Mansion and Western Residence in blue tomorrow after sunset to observe World Down Syndrome Day. The residences will be illuminated until midnight.
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will light the Executive Mansion and Western Residence in blue tomorrow after sunset to observe World Down Syndrome Day. The residences will be illuminated until midnight.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will host a ceremony illuminating the executive mansion in blue tonight at 5:30 p.m. and into tomorrow to raise awareness and show support for individuals with Down syndrome.
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will host a ceremony illuminating the executive mansion in blue tonight at 5:30 p.m. and into tomorrow to raise awareness and show support for individuals with Down syndrome.
 
The tiny, blonde ball of energy peered out from the green drapes at her mother - who watched proudly from the bleachers - until her instructor, East Carolina University professor Boni Boswell, coaxed her back to the other waiting students.
The tiny, blonde ball of energy peered out from the green drapes at her mother - who watched proudly from the bleachers - until her instructor, East Carolina University professor Boni Boswell, coaxed her back to the other waiting students.
 
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