The Democratic governor of Virginia has vowed to veto a 20-week abortion ban if it makes it to his desk this year. Gov. Terry McAuliffe told reporters that he believes that such laws would adversely affect the state’s image and would harm business in Virginia. “I can’t sit back and have that sitting out the same time I am traveling the globe recruiting

businesses to Virginia,” he said, according to the Associated Press. “If there’s something that would be damaging toward business, and to our image around the country and the globe, I’ll veto it. You bet I will.” The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act was recently proposed by Del. Dave LaRock, R–Loudoun County. It prohibits abortions after 20 weeks gestation, or five months, with the exception of medical necessity.  READ MORE