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Pat McCrory granted ten million in his two-year budget proposal to compensate the living victims of North Carolina’s Eugenics board program. “Hopefully, this will be the year that we will go what’s right in North Carolina,” Parmon said. From 1929 to 1974, 7,600 people in North Carolina were involuntarily sterilized under the state Eugenics Board’s authority, according to the N.C. Parmon said that she will sponsor a bill that will be companion to the House bill for sterilization victim’s compensation began to emerge Mike Easley’s official apology to sterilization victims. House Bill 7, which calls for compensation for sterilization victims has been filed.

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