TheCapitol-3_73x73RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday that he would sign an abortion measure passed by the House this week if it comes to his desk unaltered.

McCrory has been under intense scrutiny over the past two weeks as lawmakers have vetted two different abortion measures. That’s because he said during a gubernatorial debate in 2012 that he would not sign any bill that limited women’s access to abortion.

He said Tuesday that he would veto a package of abortion regulations passed by the Senate last week. That was less than two hours before the state House rolled out another version of the measure.

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