Police in Charlotte arrested a North Carolina man after patrons of a gay bar say he caused a ruckus about the Supreme Court decision.
Eight years ago, former Advocate editor in chief Bruce C. Steele moved from California to North Carolina. His adopted home still struggles with equality, but he's adjusted to life among the "mushy middle."
A teacher and his assistant principal felt they could no longer count on administrators to support them after outraged parents objected to the reading of King & King.
The legislature passes the discriminatory SB2 over the veto of the state's Republican governor.
Despite the Governor's veto, North Carolina lawmakers continue to advance a bill that would let judges and clerks refuse to perform same-sex marriages.
The state Senate votes to override Gov. Pat McCrory's veto of the bill, which would let public employees opt out of marriage duties; the House will likely vote this week.
The Republican governor of North Carolina says he will not sign a partisan bill to give magistrates and clerks the right to refuse to perform same sex marriages or issue marriage licenses to gays and lesbians.
A bill is headed to Gov. McCrory's desk that would allow judges and public officials to recuse themselves from providing marriage licenses to same-sex couples — or any couple at all.
Some parents objected after a teacher read King & King to his class as a lesson against bullying.