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Republicans say religious protections strengthened
 
The city of Charlotte is set to approve an ordinance aimed at barring businesses and employers from discriminating against people based on transgender identity and other “protected classes.”
The city of Charlotte is set to approve an ordinance aimed at barring businesses and employers from discriminating against people based on transgender identity and other “protected classes.”
 
Although many colleges and universities today claim to be dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion, their policies and practices often violate those principles.
Although many colleges and universities today claim to be dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion, their policies and practices often violate those principles.
 
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a motion for summary judgment asking aCalifornia court to rule that the State’s quota for women on corporate boards is unconstitutional and to permanently enjoin any expenditure of taxpayer funds on the quota.
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a motion for summary judgment asking aCalifornia court to rule that the State’s quota for women on corporate boards is unconstitutional and to permanently enjoin any expenditure of taxpayer funds on the quota.
 
The State of California agreed to enter into permanent injunctions that prohibit the State from imposing discriminatory restrictions on all houses of worship statewide and also agreed to pay $2,150,000 in attorneys’ fees to settle two religious liberty cases.
The State of California agreed to enter into permanent injunctions that prohibit the State from imposing discriminatory restrictions on all houses of worship statewide and also agreed to pay $2,150,000 in attorneys’ fees to settle two religious liberty cases.
 
Last week, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees came under fire for “viewpoint discrimination” over its decision not to offer tenure to Nikole Hannah-Jones
Last week, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees came under fire for “viewpoint discrimination” over its decision not to offer tenure to Nikole Hannah-Jones
 
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May as Asian American-Pacific Islander Heritage Month to celebrate the many contributions Asian Americans have made, and continue to make, to North Carolina’s communities, schools and workforce.
Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed May as Asian American-Pacific Islander Heritage Month to celebrate the many contributions Asian Americans have made, and continue to make, to North Carolina’s communities, schools and workforce.
 
Title IX isn’t about discrimination based on gender.
 
One of the core values and beliefs that should bring us together as Americans is standing against hate and racism, even as we acknowledge that systemic racism and white supremacy are ugly poisons that have long plagued the United States.
One of the core values and beliefs that should bring us together as Americans is standing against hate and racism, even as we acknowledge that systemic racism and white supremacy are ugly poisons that have long plagued the United States.
 
Five years after House Bill 2 put North Carolina at the center of national controversy, cities in the state’s liberal enclaves are once again discussing discrimination and the LGBT community.
Five years after House Bill 2 put North Carolina at the center of national controversy, cities in the state’s liberal enclaves are once again discussing discrimination and the LGBT community.
 
The Democrat-controlled N.C. State Board of Education approved Thursday, Feb. 4, a sweeping rewrite of the state’s social studies standards that will now teach nearly every aspect of American history through the lens of racism and discrimination.
The Democrat-controlled N.C. State Board of Education approved Thursday, Feb. 4, a sweeping rewrite of the state’s social studies standards that will now teach nearly every aspect of American history through the lens of racism and discrimination.
 
“In the name of diversity, equity, and inclusion, North Carolina universities have often chosen inequity and exclusion.”
“In the name of diversity, equity, and inclusion, North Carolina universities have often chosen inequity and exclusion.”
 
Most people, including most North Carolinians, continue to believe affirmative action is an important and effective way to reduce the disadvantages some of our fellow citizens face in pursuing their dreams.
Most people, including most North Carolinians, continue to believe affirmative action is an important and effective way to reduce the disadvantages some of our fellow citizens face in pursuing their dreams.
 
Excluding people based on their race, sex, or other characteristics doesn’t just keep those individuals from pursuing their dreams.
Excluding people based on their race, sex, or other characteristics doesn’t just keep those individuals from pursuing their dreams.
 
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled, in a 6-3 decision, that federal law protects gay and transgender workers from job discrimination based on their sexuality or sex.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled, in a 6-3 decision, that federal law protects gay and transgender workers from job discrimination based on their sexuality or sex.
 
A bill introduced in December in the House of Representatives and in January in the Senate by Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) would make it illegal for employers to discriminate against an employee on the basis of their hair.
A bill introduced in December in the House of Representatives and in January in the Senate by Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) would make it illegal for employers to discriminate against an employee on the basis of their hair.
 
Two LGBT students sue Fuller Seminary for "discrimination."
 
A St. Louis, Missouri police sergeant has won nearly $20 million after filing a lawsuit alleging he was told by a police commission board member to “tone down your gayness” and passed over for promotions due to his sexuality.
A St. Louis, Missouri police sergeant has won nearly $20 million after filing a lawsuit alleging he was told by a police commission board member to “tone down your gayness” and passed over for promotions due to his sexuality.
 
In honor of women's contributions to North Carolina and the nation, Governor Roy Cooper has signed a proclamation declaring March as Women's History Month
In honor of women's contributions to North Carolina and the nation, Governor Roy Cooper has signed a proclamation declaring March as Women's History Month
 
A federal district court in Denver has ruled that Christian cake artist and baker, Jack Phillips, can proceed in his lawsuit against the State of Colorado for its alleged continued harassment of him on account of his religious beliefs.
A federal district court in Denver has ruled that Christian cake artist and baker, Jack Phillips, can proceed in his lawsuit against the State of Colorado for its alleged continued harassment of him on account of his religious beliefs.
 
On Tuesday night, after President Trump delivered his address to the nation regarding immigration, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) appeared on MSNBC with host Rachel Maddow, and proceeded to make some of the wildest statements of her neophyte career.
On Tuesday night, after President Trump delivered his address to the nation regarding immigration, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) appeared on MSNBC with host Rachel Maddow, and proceeded to make some of the wildest statements of her neophyte career.
 
If a university were to state that it will not hire people applying for a faculty position because of their race, sex, or religion, that would be clearly illegal
If a university were to state that it will not hire people applying for a faculty position because of their race, sex, or religion, that would be clearly illegal
 
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Monday on behalf of a church against the city of Monroe, North Carolina
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Monday on behalf of a church against the city of Monroe, North Carolina
 
Governor Roy Cooper today signed Executive Order No. 24, to promote diversity and prohibit discrimination in government agencies and government contracts in an effort to make North Carolina a welcoming place to all
Governor Roy Cooper today signed Executive Order No. 24, to promote diversity and prohibit discrimination in government agencies and government contracts in an effort to make North Carolina a welcoming place to all
 
After I reached that magic number, I no longer had to carry a false ID. A perspective from both ends of the age divide.
After I reached that magic number, I no longer had to carry a false ID. A perspective from both ends of the age divide.
 
When people think of discrimination and voting they quickly go to the where the Left wants them to go and think about young people, poor people and minorities
When people think of discrimination and voting they quickly go to the where the Left wants them to go and think about young people, poor people and minorities
 
Despite the 4th Circuit decision striking down the NC Voter ID law, there are options that our Governor, Pat McCrory, and our state legislature can take to provide reasonable and common-sense measures at polling places next month.
Despite the 4th Circuit decision striking down the NC Voter ID law, there are options that our Governor, Pat McCrory, and our state legislature can take to provide reasonable and common-sense measures at polling places next month.
 
Hyper-aggressive federal officials have taken the vague language in Title IX of the 1972 Education Act Amendments and treated it as if it gave them plenary authority to control anything on a college campus having in any way to do with sexual misbehavior
Hyper-aggressive federal officials have taken the vague language in Title IX of the 1972 Education Act Amendments and treated it as if it gave them plenary authority to control anything on a college campus having in any way to do with sexual misbehavior
 
Legal analysts have given the opinion by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturning North Carolina's election reform law, including its voter ID requirement, mixed reviews.
Legal analysts have given the opinion by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturning North Carolina's election reform law, including its voter ID requirement, mixed reviews.
 
Governor McCrory issued the following statement regarding legislation signed today to restore the right to sue for discrimination in state courts
Governor McCrory issued the following statement regarding legislation signed today to restore the right to sue for discrimination in state courts
 
I think that we are losing jobs, we are losing millions of dollars, and we have to make sure that we come together to find a way to get rid of this obstacle that we have put in front of ourselves as a state...
I think that we are losing jobs, we are losing millions of dollars, and we have to make sure that we come together to find a way to get rid of this obstacle that we have put in front of ourselves as a state...
 
We've been witness to a level of ideologically driven mass media hysteria in recent weeks unseen since the Duke lacrosse rape hoax story
We've been witness to a level of ideologically driven mass media hysteria in recent weeks unseen since the Duke lacrosse rape hoax story
 
The raging debate over House Bill 2 won't end and has become a political football, only this is a not a game. Regardless of who started the fight or is continuing it, the plain and simple truth is that HB2 is damaging North Carolina.

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The raging debate over House Bill 2 won't end and has become a political football, only this is a not a game. Regardless of who started the fight or is continuing it, the plain and simple truth is that HB2 is damaging North Carolina.
 
In a domain in which the proposed "therapies" are so drastic, it is not too much to ask for a solid, evidence-based statement of who is being treated, for what, and why, before writing a prescription or passing a law.
In a domain in which the proposed "therapies" are so drastic, it is not too much to ask for a solid, evidence-based statement of who is being treated, for what, and why, before writing a prescription or passing a law.
 
In a meeting on April 19, the East Carolina University Faculty Senate unanimously passed a resolution of support for the university's nondiscrimination policy in objection to provisions of North Carolina's recent passage of House Bill 2.
In a meeting on April 19, the East Carolina University Faculty Senate unanimously passed a resolution of support for the university's nondiscrimination policy in objection to provisions of North Carolina's recent passage of House Bill 2.
 
One day after the Human Rights Campaign criticized Governor Pat McCrory for his executive order extending the nondiscrimination policy for state employees to include sexual orientation and gender identity as a 'failure,' the Washington, D.C.-based organization praised Democrat Governor of...
One day after the Human Rights Campaign criticized Governor Pat McCrory for his executive order extending the nondiscrimination policy for state employees to include sexual orientation and gender identity as a 'failure,' the Washington, D.C.-based organization praised Democrat Governor of...
 
Does the new bill limit or prohibit private sector companies from adopting their own nondiscrimination policies or practices?
Does the new bill limit or prohibit private sector companies from adopting their own nondiscrimination policies or practices?
 
In late February, the Charlotte city council passed a so-called antidiscrimination law, scheduled to go into effect on April 1, aimed at protecting what, in their view, are the rights of those in the gay, lesbian, and transgender community.
In late February, the Charlotte city council passed a so-called antidiscrimination law, scheduled to go into effect on April 1, aimed at protecting what, in their view, are the rights of those in the gay, lesbian, and transgender community.
 
Who better to observe the Great Society programs than VN Vets now 70, retired, and no need to be politically correct?
Who better to observe the Great Society programs than VN Vets now 70, retired, and no need to be politically correct?
 
What if God or Charles Darwin (take your pick) had made us all exactly alike?
What if God or Charles Darwin (take your pick) had made us all exactly alike?
 
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