Just how toxic are the abortion bans Republican lawmakers have pushed in red states across the country? Here's a clue: Kentucky GOP gubernatorial nominee Daniel Cameron, once a staunch supporter of the state's near-total abortion ban, flip-flopped on the issue Monday as he seeks to unseat popular Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear.
"If our legislature was to bring legislation before me that provided exceptions for rape and incest, I would sign that legislation," Cameron, who is also the state’s attorney general, said Monday during the "Tony & Dwight" show on NewsRadio 840 WHAS. "There's no question about that."