In nearly party-line votes, the N.C. Senate approved SB 101 and the N.C. House approved HB 62, both proposals target our state’s immigrant communities. In the past three days, both bills were rushed through multiple committees and considered on the floors in their respective chambers.
“Especially during a pandemic, North Carolinians expect lawmakers to improve the safety and wellbeing of our neighbors and communities. However, this legislation would put people at greater risk of COVID-19, spread fear among families, and fan the flames of hate against immigrant community members.
Transgender athletes want to participate in school sports for the same reason as anybody else: to find a sense of belonging and social engagement, to be a part of a team, and to challenge themselves. But states and schools across the country are trying to exclude trans people from ...
Civil Rights Organizations Announce Settlement Agreement Securing at least 3,500 Early Releases from State Prisons in COVID-19 Lawsuit
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Parties have reached a landmark settlement in NC NAACP v.