Ruth's legacy of forging "agreements between political adversaries" makes an impression on writer Leighton Ford.
Ruth disclosed on the N.C. house floor that she had once been raped. She told her own story to oppose the idea the the pro-life bill in question would traumatize victims.
Ruth was considering running for Speaker of the North Carolina House. Morrill narrates the change in her views shortly after graduating from college.
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