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NC Bill Protecting Religious Freedom Is Vulnerable to Attorney General

Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and Holly Meade, and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.

The North Carolina bill that protects religious freedom is now going to have no defense from the Democrat Attorney General.

Mat Staver: Matt, this case is one in which the Republican-led House and Senate, and the Republican governor, Pat McCrory got together. They passed this bill, House Bill 2, that overrides any local ordinances concerning wages, employment, and public accommodations. It’s basically a preemption law that uniform across the state what other states have already done. And thus it overrides the Charlotte, North Carolina, so-called LGBTQ bathroom bill — whatever you want to call it — that was recently passed. It [HB2] is a good bill. it is common sense. It joins about 25 other states in the country that have similar uniform laws that start at the state level. And now the Attorney General, whos going to be running for governor says he’s not going to defend the law.

Matt Barber: Yea…and we’ve seen nothing but just widespread propaganda and disinformation coming out from organizations, the mainstream media, Democrats, AND coming straight from the mouth of AG Roy Cooper himself — who incidentally is running for governor against Pat McCrory…


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