The folks determined to write discrimination into the state Constitution are pulling out all the stops to mislead voters about the amendment on the ballot in the May 8 primary.
The pro-discrimination forces don’t want voters to consider the damage the amendment could do to children, families and workers, gay and straight, across North Carolina.
They want people to believe it’s all about banning same-sex marriage — which is already against the law. But it’s about far more than that.
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