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Governor Weaponizes Taxpayer Dollars In “Conversion Therapy” Executive Order

This afternoon, N.C. Governor Roy Cooper issued an Executive Order banning state and federal funds from being used to reimburse medical and mental health READ MORE

Needle and Syringe “Exchange” Gets Easier in N.C.

It will now be easier for those addicted to drugs in North Carolina to receive free needles, syringes, and other “injection supplies” following the READ MORE

VIDEO: We Are Partners In A National Pro-Family Alliance

Did You Know that NC Family is one of over 40 Family Policy organizations nationwide? NC Family President John L. Rustin was encouraged and READ MORE

POV: A Bright Spot In Education

I’ve been thinking a lot about schools lately. It’s only July, but the year rounds have started. First day of school pics are popping READ MORE

Consent Decree Echoes Gov. Cooper’s “Gender Identity” Bathroom Policy

The latest development in the ongoing legal saga over access to public bathrooms in North Carolina took place on Tuesday, when U.S. District Court READ MORE

VIDEO: Legislative Update for the Week of July 22, 2019

You may think that since this session of the North Carolina General Assembly is winding down, there is nothing all too important happening at READ MORE

Tribal Sports Betting Bill Set To Become Law – UPDATED

Update: Governor Roy Cooper signed this bill into law on Friday, July 26, 2019. Earlier this week, the North Carolina General Assembly gave final READ MORE

POV: Religious Freedom For Medical Professionals Is Under Attack

It’s become all too common to hear stories of creative artists, like florists and bakers, who find themselves in legal hot water after declining READ MORE

ALERT: Tell the NC House That You Oppose Sports Betting and Horse Race Wagering on Tribal Lands!

The N.C. House is preparing to vote on a bill that would authorize betting on professional and collegiate sporting events and wagering on horse READ MORE

Candidates Set for General Election in NC’s Third and Ninth Congressional Districts

State Rep. Greg Murphy (R-Pitt) defeated Dr. Joan Perry yesterday in a GOP run-off primary for North Carolina’s Third Congressional District seat. Murphy won READ MORE

Second GOP Primary for NC’s Third Congressional District Takes Place Tomorrow, July 9

The second Primary to select the Republican nominee in the Special Election for North Carolina’s Third Congressional District will take place tomorrow, July 9. READ MORE

Governor Cooper Vetoes 2019-20 Budget As New Fiscal Year Begins

A new fiscal year for North Carolina began on July 1, but our state government leaders have yet to agree on a budget for READ MORE

Divorce is Down…and Up

The overall divorce rate in the U.S. has fallen over the past 25 years and younger adults are the reason why. Stats compiled by READ MORE

U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Force NC To Redraw Congressional District Lines

In a stinging defeat for NC Democrats, the U.S. Supreme Court vacated a decision by a federal District Court in North Carolina that would READ MORE

Adult Stem Cell Bill Heads to the Governor

A bill that expands access to experimental drugs and medical procedures is headed to Governor Roy Cooper’s desk for his signature. On Monday, the READ MORE