The Herald reports:
There will be no referendum on abortion law reforms.
The idea proposed by New Zealand First has been voted down by MPs, during the committee stage of the Abortion Legislation Bill.
There were just 19 votes in favour of a public referendum, and 100 against.
The bill passed its second reading in Parliament in a conscience vote early this month, with 81 votes in favour and 39 votes opposing, narrower than the 94 to 23 margin at the first reading last year.
Not sure if I could have coped with a third referendum. Two is enough.