North Carolina: Buncombe County Adopts Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Buncombe County in North Carolina approved a nondiscrimination ordinance.

Good news! A new nondiscrimination ordinance has been enacted in a North Carolina county, extending protections to LGBTQ+ individuals.

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Charlotte Passes LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Charlotte nondiscrimination ordinance was approved.

The recently approved nondiscrimination ordinance by the Charlotte City Council represents a significant milestone for LGBTQ rights in North Carolina and underscores Charlotte's ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive and protected environment for all its residents.

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North Carolina: Four Pro-LGBTQ Bills VS Two Anti-LGBTQ Bills

North Carolina set of pro-LGBTQ bills.

As the storm of anti-LGBTQ legislation sweeps through Arkansas, a ray of hope emerges in North Carolina, where legislators and Equality NC unveil four pro-LGBTQ bills, igniting a beacon of progress.

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How Did The Cherokee Nation Vote On Marriage Equality?

The Cherokee Nation marriage license won’t be open to same-sex couples.

In North Carolina's Qualla Boundary, the Eastern Band of Cherokee has announced that they will not acknowledge same-sex marriages. This choice has disheartened those who hoped that the tribe would follow the lead of other states and tribes that have already embraced marriage equality.

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Greensboro, Durham, And Orange County Approve Nondiscrimination Orders

Durham, Greensboro, and Orange County passed nondiscrimination ordinances to protect LGBTQ people in North Carolina.

We had seen that the moratorium that prevented the passage of nondiscrimination legislation in North Carolina ended on December 1, 2021, and we had seen that Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel Hill had decided to protect LGBTQ people by immediately passing ordinances to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

I have more good news today as two new and significant cities, Greensboro and Durham, which are among the largest cities in the state, and Orange County have passed similar ordinances.

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North Carolina: Three Cities Adopt Nondiscrimination Orders

Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel Hill ban LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws.

On December 1, 2020, the moratorium on nondiscrimination orders expired in North Carolina and people were wondering what the hell was going to happen, but today, I have three good news.

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The Nondiscrimination Rules Has Come To An End In North Carolina

The nondiscrimination ban expired in North Carolina.

Anticipation grows as we await the unfolding events in North Carolina, following the expiration of the state's ban on cities penalizing local businesses for LGBTQ discrimination.

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Cherokee Council Did Not Take Marriage Equality Seriously

The Cherokee Tribal Council ignored the marriage equality ordinance.

Love knows no boundaries, but it seems the Cherokee Council has yet to grasp this concept as they continue to ignore the fight for marriage equality within their community.

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