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Campus Scene: Ally day big success

Carolinas News Notes

North Carolina State University held its all-day, second annual Ally Day on April 9.

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U.S./World: Mississippi businesses say ‘We Don’t Discriminate’

Beyond the Carolinas

Following the Mississippi legislature’s recent passage of a religious freedom bill that opponents say could lead to state-sanctioned discrimination against gays, businesses statewide have responded by displaying a decal informing LGBT customers that their business is welcome.

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GOP Senate candidates defend faith in second debate

Faith informs views, legislation on marriage and life, say candidates

Four Republican candidates for U.S. Senate defended their faith and its role in public life on Wednesday night at their second of three televised debates in a week’s time.

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First GOP Senate debate passes over LGBT issues

Topic was considered, but moderator says candidates' positions already well known

Questions on LGBT equality were omitted by moderators and journalists during the first televised debate between Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina.

Couples plan Tax Day protests

Same-sex couples in N.C., S.C. say state governments' tax treatments unfair

Same-sex couples in state capitals in North Carolina and South Carolina plan to hold Tax Day protests tomorrow, calling upon their state governments to recognize their legal marriages.