CN2 Newscast – Genetic protection, Nothing Pink opens ‘The Roots’ & Winthrop Baseball prepares for season start

ROCK HLL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – A York County mom and cancer survivor, speaks in front of lawmakers in Columbia to push for House Bill 42-18 to pass. If passed that bill would protect those who need genetic testing.

Also, the non profit, Nothing Pink opens a new house where those who struggle with breast cancer can come together to find support and peace. Our latest Carolina Connection takes a tour of “The Roots” house.

Plus in CN2 Sports, Jeremy Wynder visits the baseball diamond at Winthrop University where students athletes are gearing up for the start of a new season.

See these stories and more in the latest CN2 Newscast.

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