Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has vowed to veto a bill that would restrict a woman’s right to an abortion but he’s hoping it won’t get to his desk.

via Getting A Hearing: Women Tell Late-Term Abortion Stories To Oppose ‘Fast-Tracked’ Pa. Senate Bill — CBS Philly

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has vowed to veto a bill that would restrict a woman’s right to an abortion but he’s hoping it won’t get to his desk. The governor is trying to get the bill a hearing in the court of public opinion.

The state Senate fast-tracked the bill, passing it without a hearing, so the governor says he’s presenting the witnesses the state should have heard from before a vote — women like Karen Agetone, who brought her 3-month-old son, conceived, she said, only because she had a late-term abortion for a daughter with a fatal form of dwarfism.

“Every day, legislators are trying to force decisions on women they don’t know about, circumstances they could never understand,” Agetone said. “Everyday, I hear anti-choice rhetoric about the value of life, but no one valued the life of my daughter more than I did.”