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Last summer, Ken Wittenauer and his husband celebrated when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act and extended federal recognition to same-sex marriage. Next spring, the two Charlotteans will pay a price for that victory
People should remember more than just the Chick-fil-A flap and Amendment One when they think about issues affecting the gay community in 2012, according to leaders with the Guilford Green Foundation. The organization one of 13 lesbian, gay, bisexual
A $3 million federal grant will allow the state to pay for medicine for nearly 300 low-income people infected with HIV who were seeking assistance. The state Department of Health and Human Services announced Monday that it has started contacting 278
North Carolina is the only Southern state without a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage...On May 8, voters will decide whether to change the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage, as well as civil unions and domestic partnerships.
With Washington state potentially facing a referendum on its new same-sex-marriage law, we delve here into the dynamics in North Carolina...On May 8, North Carolina citizens will determine the fate of Amendment One, which would rewrite the state
In North Carolina, an urgent battle is underway to defeat Amendment One, an extreme measure which would constitutionally ban same-sex marriage there...North Carolina is the most progressive state in the South. The concept of domestic union/
On the group's Facebook page followers are condemning it as "veiled homophobic hate speech." Negative comments have already begun turning up on the shooting range's Facebook page as well. Writes Kathy Clark: "The Pansies Converted Daily billboard is
A new version of a constitutional amendment proposed by Republicans to ban gay marriage in North Carolina tries to shield companies that want to offer benefits to same-sex couples, but opponents of the marriage prohibition were angry about the timing
Matt Phillippi organized stacks of postcards in the Carolina Theatre lobby Sunday, ready for ticketholders at the N.C. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival to sign requests that legislators withhold their support for a constitutional ban on gay marriage.
A national gay-rights organization is giving money to a North Carolina group opposing efforts to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would ban gay marriage. The Human Rights Campaign announced a $10,000 grant to Equality North Carolina