Our first instinct, as opponents of North Carolina's constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, is to challenge it any way possible and show the harm it inflicts. So we understand those who encourage the Charlotte City Council to offer same-sex benefits to its employees in the face of a potential lawsuit questioning the legality of those benefits.But City Council members made a smarter decision last night, voting 9-2 to get an opinion from the N.
North Carolina votes today to decide whether to ban equality in their state constitution. Same sex marriage is already banned in North Carolina, this amendment would be the cherry on top of discrimination and threaten all domestic p... Read Post
N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis told a small crowd of N.C. State students last night that Amendment One, which constitutionally bans same sex marriage in North Carolina, would likely pass in May and be repealed within a generation.Th... Read Post
Opponents of an amendment to ban same sex marriage in North Carolina have long known their success depends on educating the public - not only about homosexuals in our communities, but about what the amendment will do.A new Public Po... Read Post