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Free legal assistance for LGBT families

3 years agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Navigating the dangerous shoals of Amendment One: The Campaign for Southern Equality is hosting free legal workshops around the state in the coming months to assist people in taking steps to protect their children, health care and assets. Equality North Carolina will help with the workshops. The next one takes place in Winston-Salem and others are planned in Durham and Asheville.
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