ALERT: Charlotte Leaders Need to Hear from You!

This coming Monday, February 23, the members of the Charlotte City Council are scheduled to vote on a hazardous policy change that would put READ MORE

NCFPC President Responds to News & Observer Editorial

On February 14, the Raleigh News & Observer published an “Our Views” editorial complaining that state legislative leaders are wasting taxpayer money by continuing READ MORE

ACTION: Charlotte Considers Hazardous Policy Change

A policy change scheduled for consideration by the Charlotte City Council on February 23 would allow men to use women’s restrooms and women to READ MORE

Magistrates Sue to Defend Religious Liberty

A former and a current magistrate in North Carolina are suing the Administrative Office of the Courts arguing that an AOC directive would force READ MORE

Opportunity Scholarship Application Period Now Open!

Parents seeking scholarships for their children to attend private schools in North Carolina next year have the opportunity to apply for the state’s Opportunity READ MORE

Rustin Responds to State of the State

North Carolina Family Policy Council president John L. Rustin released the following statement in response to the State of the State address presented by READ MORE

Bill Would Protect Religious Rights of Public Servants

A measure that would protect certain public servants in North Carolina from being forced to perform or issue licenses for same-sex union ceremonies in READ MORE

NC Lawmakers Get Down To Business

The North Carolina General Assembly returns to Raleigh today to begin the 2015 Legislative Session in earnest, and the North Carolina Family Policy Council READ MORE

House Withdraws One Pro-Life Bill, Passes Another

On the same day that hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans gathered in our nation’s capital to participate in the annual March for Life READ MORE


UPDATE: H.R. 36—Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has been removed from consideration by the U.S. House. A pro-life bill that would prohibit the abortion of READ MORE

ALERT: Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Marriage Cases

On Friday afternoon, January 16, the United States Supreme Court announced that it will take up marriage cases on appeal from the U.S. Court READ MORE

Greensboro Adopts Controversial Housing Ordinance

Last week, the Greensboro City Council (pictured) voted to add special protections for “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” and “gender expression” to the municipality’s Fair READ MORE

N.C. General Assembly Elects Leaders

The North Carolina General Assembly met in Raleigh today, January 14, for an organizational session to elect its leaders and to set the stage READ MORE
Making The Younger Years Count For The Kingdom

Vote On 20-Week Abortion Ban Expected Next Week

A landmark piece of pro-life legislation that would ban the abortion of unborn children who are capable of experiencing pain has been introduced again READ MORE
Day-To-Day Vigilance

Celebrate the Sanctity of Human Life This Month!

January has been designated as Sanctity of Human Life Month, and pro-life citizens are preparing for a series of events over the coming weeks READ MORE