Drugs & Crime

SCOTUS Sends Transgender Bathroom Case Back to Lower Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it has vacated and remanded the high profile transgender student bathroom case, Gloucester County School Board v G.G. READ
Jere Royall talks about lobbying and the legislative session

Hearing From Home Has Major Impact on Lawmakers

Jere Royall, Director of Community Impact and Counsel at NC Family, speaks about the upcoming legislative session, the lawmaking process, and how citizens can READ

Legalizing Marijuana Defies Reason

NC Family President John L. Rustin speaks speaks with Dr. Michelle Cretella, President of the American College of Pediatricians about her opinion of efforts across the country READ

I cannot urge you strongly enough to get out and vote today!

Dear Friends, Election Day 2016 has finally arrived!  If you did not take advantage of early voting, I cannot urge you strongly enough to READ

Three Important Voting Reminders!

Here are some helpful reminders as the November 8 General Election draws near. 1.) Voter Registration Extension Ends Today Today is the last day READ

Great Resource On The Way For NC Voters!

Traci Griggs, NC Family Director of Communications interviews NC Family President John L. Rustin about the vital importance of this year’s election, the NC READ

New Evidence on the Harmful Effects of Porn

NC Family President John L. Rustin talks with Haley Halverson, Director of Communications for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation about the positive progress READ

Pre-Order NC Family’s 2016 General Election Voter Guides Now!

The 2016 Election Season is now in high gear, which means it is time to order NC Family 2016 General Election Voter Guides for distribution READ

2016 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

The interests of North Carolina families were well served on several fronts during the recently adjourned legislative session. As with every “Short Session,” the READ

N.C. General Assembly Approves “Syringe Exchange Programs”

In a somewhat clandestine move in the closing days of the 2016 Legislative Session, the N.C. General Assembly has legalized “needle and hypodermic syringe READ

Bills of Interest to NC Family (So Far)

North Carolina legislators have returned to Raleigh and are in their second week of the 2016 “Short Session.” Several bills of interest to NC READ

Target: Expect More. Shop Somewhere Else.

Last week Target, the U.S. retailer that operates over 1,800 stores nationwide, announced that bathrooms and changing rooms in its stores would be open READ

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