UNC-system faculty and students are outraged in the aftermath of House Bill 2, and they want the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory to know.
“I just want to go to work and live my life. This law puts me in the terrible position of either going into the women’s room where I clearly don’t belong or breaking the law,” Carcaño said in a statement. “But this is about more than bathrooms, this is about my job, my community and my ability to get safely through my day and be productive like everyone else in North Carolina.”
UNC-system stakeholders have abandoned their respective swim lanes, instead opting for disorganized cannon balls.
When Margaret Spellings was announced as the next UNC-system president, board members said she deserved her own news cycle — separate from the public's concerns with the search process.
Gov. Pat McCrory issued a State of Emergency Thursday in preparation of snow and ice over the weekend.
Margaret Spellings is a lot of things, but intimidated is not one of them.
Six North Carolina residents are challenging a law that allows magistrates to opt out performing civil marriages if it goes against their religious beliefs. The plaintiffs, who filed the complaint Wednesday and include both LGBT and interracial couples, argue the magistrates law uses taxpayer dollars for religious reasons and therefore violates the First Amendment. Charlotte-based lawyer Luke Largess, who filed the lawsuit in the U.S.
In an attempt not to say anything controversial about the LGBT community, UNC-system President-elect Margaret Spellings said something controversial.