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09/13/2011

North Carolina: One step closer to doing something sh*tty

by Jeremy Hooper

In the North Carolina House yesterday, it was 75-42 in favor of marital discrimination:

N.C. House passes anti-LGBT amendment; Amendment now heads to Senate [QNotes]

Currently, North Carolina is the only southern state retaining the sort of higher ground that will play well in future documentaries covering America's civil rights battles. Sad that state representatives are now pulling the tar off the heels and running right towards bias.

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