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DOJ Threatens North Carolina

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(1 min Audio Report – Faith2Action)

The U.S. Department of Justice is threatening North Carolina.

Because North Carolina stood on the side of women and children, closing the ladies restroom door to men, predators, and registered sex offenders, the Department of Justice is threatening to pull hundreds of millions of dollars in federal education funding based on claims of discrimination.

In a broad overreach of federal authority, the Obama Justice Department has given the Governor until close of business today to change the law or face the consequences in court. This is the moment to pray for and stand with North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory. Encourage him to stand firm for the safety of women and children at: 919-814-2000. That’s 919-814-2000.

Gov. Pat McCrory called the Justice Department’s threat — which gives the state and its university system until the close of business Monday to change the law or face the consequences in court — a broad overreach of federal authority.

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U.S. Justice Department’s declaration that they violate federal civil rights laws and could cost the state dearly in lost education funding.

Gupta also notified the 17-campus University of North Carolina system that the state law violates Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, which bars discrimination in education based on sex. That could lead to North Carolina losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal school funding. In that letter, Gupta cited last month’s federal appellate ruling supporting a transgender student’s discrimination case against a Virginia school board that implemented a similar bathroom policy.

to be safe from men entering the bathroom, the Department of Justice is now threatening

That could lead to North Carolina losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal school funding. In that letter, Gupta cited last month’s federal appellate ruling supporting a transgender student’s discrimination case against a Virginia school board that implemented a similar bathroom policy.

Mississippi’s House Bill 1523, which becomes law July 1, says government and business workers can deny services to people by citing their own religious beliefs that marriage should only be between a man and a woman and that a person’s gender is set at birth and is unchangeable.
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