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Regional: Documentary Screening, RUM Meeting, Savannah Pride

Carolinas News Notes

The LGBTQ and Civil Rights Movement documentary “From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet?” will screen at locations across North Carolina from Oct. 17-20, the Reconciling United Methodists & Friends of North Carolina will meet for a vesper service on Oct. 8 and Savannah Pride will be held from Oct. 26-29 for the first time in the downtown district.

Hillary Clinton condemns N.C. governor for HB2

Clinton’s criticism compounds call for repeal among investors, politicians

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop at Wake Technical Community College on Sept. 27. She took the setting to heart in her speech to the audience, heavily criticizing Gov. Pat McCrory for signing a bill that Clinton called “mean-spirited” and “wrong-headed.”

HB2 trial delayed due to 4th Circuit appeal

SCOTUS to consider suit over Virginia bathroom law

Those who have followed the controversy over North Carolina’s House Bill 2 (HB2), also known as the Public Facilities Privacy and Accommodation Act, may be momentarily disappointed with the recent decision by U.S. Magistrate Judge Joi Elizabeth Peake to delay the federal court date set originally for Nov. 14.