North Dakota sends three extreme anti-abortion measures to governor’s desk
The North Dakota legislature has made a sport out of denying women their reproductive rights. And they have gotten very, very good at it.
Three of the four extreme abortion bills state lawmakers passed in recent weeks are expected to reach Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Monday. Dalrymple has not indicated whether or not he intends to sign the measures, but the state House and Senate may have the votes necessary to override any veto he issues.
Once the bills arrive on his desk, the governor has three days to sign or veto them. If he fails to act, they will automatically become law.