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Four More Pro-Life Bills Filed in NC General Assembly

Bills to ban dismemberment abortions in North Carolina and to require physicians to inform women about the possibility of reversing a drug-induced abortion were READ

Cooper Appoints Cheri Beasley as Chief Justice of NC Supreme Court

Governor Roy Cooper announced yesterday that Associate Justice Cheri Beasley is the new Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. After former Chief READ

Remembering Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr.

Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr., a 13-term U.S. Congressman representing Eastern North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District, passed away Sunday on his 76th birthday. I will always READ

NC Board of Elections Back In Business

After over a month without one, North Carolina finally has an active State Board of Elections. The new Board held its first meeting, made public READ

Why NC is Impacted by California Judge’s Action on Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate

This past Monday, a pro-life friend of mine, who happens to be a very skilled physician, asked me how North Carolina got tangled up READ

President Trump Proclaims January 16 “Religious Freedom Day”

President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation recognizing today, January 16, 2019 as “Religious Freedom Day” in America. Inspired by Virginia’s Statute for Religious READ

Rowan County Prayer Case Ends, But Major Legal Questions Remain

Rowan County, North Carolina has agreed to pay $285,000 after losing a five-year court battle over the legality of prayers offered by County Commissioners READ

One Week In and Still No Representation for NC’s 9th District

The 116th Congress of the United States has been in session for one week, but the constituents of North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District still have no READ

State Lawmakers to Meet in Raleigh Next Wednesday

Members of the North Carolina House and Senate will meet in Raleigh next Wednesday at noon to kick off the two-year 2019-2020 Legislative Biennium. READ

POV: In Defense of Millennials

Everywhere we go, people ask my college professor husband, “What’s up with young people these days?” They think he has a unique perspective on READ

GOP Defends Majority But Loses Supermajority in NC Legislature

With almost 3.7 million votes cast and a participation rate exceeding 52 percent, North Carolina voters surpassed most turnout expectations for yesterday’s midterm election. READ

It’s Election Day – Be Sure to Get Out and Vote Your Values!

Election Day is finally upon us and NC Family urges you to get out and Vote Your Values! So much has been sacrificed throughout the READ

Only A Few Days Left To Order Voter Guides In Bulk!

You only have a few days left to order NC Family’s 2018 Voter Guide in bulk for distribution at your church, community group or READ

Who Are These Judicial Candidates On the Ballot?

In North Carolina, voters still have the opportunity (and the responsibility) to elect judges; however, judicial races are often some of the most overlooked READ

Upcoming Constitutional Amendments—What You Need To Know

North Carolinians will be voting this November on whether to amend the State Constitution in a myriad of ways. The variety of topics and READ

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