A sense of panic appears to be setting in among the forces who want to write discrimination into the North Carolina constitution. And for good reason.
Almost every day brings more signs of the growing momentum against the marriage discrimination amendment that is on the ballot May 8.
Prominent business people, Republican and Democratic political figures, clergy members, civil rights activists, and community leaders are joining the growing chorus of voices opposing the amendment.
For the complete article, please pick up a copy of The Daily Reflector. Current home delivery and electronic edition subscribers may log in to access this article at no charge. To become a subscriber, please click here or contact Customer Service at (252) 329-9505.