Gambling

VIDEO: Crossover Day at the NCGA

Crossover Day is Here! The North Carolina General Assembly just passed its “crossover deadline,” which is the date by which bills must pass from one READ

Betting on March Madness

*This article originally appeared on the Colson Center for Christian Worldview’s BreakPoint Podcast* March Madness, the NCAA Division 1 national basketball tournament, is back READ

NC Family Urges N.C.’s Federal Lawmakers to Stand Against Tribal Gambling

NC Family has sent letters to North Carolina’s congressional delegation urging our federal lawmakers to stand against the potential expansion of tribal gambling in READ

AT ISSUE: For Such A Time As This

For almost two years, NC Family has been discussing crafting a feature article to address the declining state of mental health in America. With READ

On the Horizon at the NC General Assembly

The 2021-2022 legislative session of the North Carolina General Assembly began January 13, 2021. The state House and Senate welcomed several new members, and READ

NC Public Policy & 2021

On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, North Carolina lawmakers reconvened to begin the 2021-22 Legislative Session in earnest. The General Assembly’s major focus in the READ

Governor Cooper Signs Gambling Compact with Catawba Indian Nation

According to surprising news reports over the weekend, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has entered into a tribal-state compact with the South Carolina-based Catawba READ

ALERT! Bills Moving in Congress Could Make NC Gambling Capital of the East!

Two bills currently working their way through the U.S. Congress could bring massive tribal gambling casinos to North Carolina, making our state the Gambling READ

Voters In Multiple States Decide About Life, Drugs, Gambling & Marriage

The selection of candidates for local, state, and federal offices were not the only choices confronting voters on Election Day in a number of READ

Virtual Event 5: 2020 Elections: What’s At Stake?

For NC Family’s fifth and final Virtual Event on October 22, 2020, we were excited to welcome Anna Beavon Gravely, Executive Director of the READ

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