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State Lawmakers Pass Budget and Adjourn “Short” Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly adjourned the 2022 “Short” Legislative Session this afternoon after giving final approval to a $27.9 billion state budget. House Bill READ

SCOTUS Continues to Defend Religious Liberty

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has issued nearly twenty rulings in the past two weeks as the current session comes to a close. While READ

State Senate Committees Pass “Parents’ Bill of Rights”

This week, the N.C. Senate Education and Health Care Committees passed an amended version of HB 755, originally called Academic Transparency and now entitled READ

Join NC Family at the Homeschool Thrive! Conference

Please plan to join NC Family, along with numerous school choice advocates and homeschool organizations, in attending a special homeschool conference starting this Thursday, READ

Family North Carolina Spring/Summer 2022 Magazine is Here!

NC Family is excited to announce the arrival of the Spring/Summer 2022 edition of our flagship publication, Family North Carolina magazine. In a world steeped in unknowns READ

Faith & Values Summit in Charlotte, May 24

Please plan to join NC Family along with other pro-life and pro-family organizations and individuals for a North Carolina Faith & Values Summit featuring READ

Celebrate National School Choice Week, January 23-29

National School Choice Week will take place next week, from January 23–29. Started in 2011, National School Choice Week is “the world’s largest celebration READ

Recapping the 2021 “Long” Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly has been in session since January 27, 2021, making this the longest uninterrupted “long” legislative session in a decade. READ

Watch Roger Severino’s Address from the 2021 Winston-Salem Dinner

NC Family’s 2021 Major Speakers Dinner in Winston-Salem, NC on November 9, 2021 featured former Director of the Office for Civil Rights in the READ
A Child-Centric Approach to Public Policy

Virginia: A Resounding Victory for Parents and Children Beyond the Commonwealth!

Last night’s election results in Virginia have sent a shockwave across our nation and a resounding message that parents, children, and conservative pro-family values READ

POV: A Personal and Problematic Student Survey (Warning—Adult Content)

In August, schools across North Carolina began administering the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. The YRBS is a survey, created by the federal Centers for READ

Christian Schools Should Be Thoroughly Christian (and not just for legal reasons)

~ This article originally appeared on the Colson Center’s BreakPoint Podcast on September 14, 2021, and is reprinted here with their permission ~ Last READ

Gov. Cooper Vetoes Bill Banning CRT

Governor Roy Cooper recently vetoed a bill designed to prohibit the promotion of highly contentious racial subject matter in North Carolina public schools. HB 324—Ensuring READ

Bill Banning CRT Passes NC Legislature

The North Carolina General Assembly officially passed a bill today that is designed to prohibit the promotion of highly contentious racial subject matter in READ

Bill to Ban CRT Indoctrination in Public Schools Passes NC Senate

A bill designed to prohibit the promotion of highly contentious racial subject matter in North Carolina public schools passed the State Senate this week, READ

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