“The amendment, I believe is dangerous for women,” says Bev Perdue a a video message posted online. “There is a real risk that some of the laws we have on the books now to protect the victims of domestic violence may no longer apply to many women in this state.”
Perdue, a Democrat, could be fitting Amendment One in with a larger national narrative of policies being pressed by Republicans against women, a key demographic group in the presidential election. But she also outlines how the proposal harms children, unmarried couples and others. In the past, she’s said it will harm the economy.
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