‘There Is A War On God': NC House Passes Bill Prohibiting Universities From Denying Facilities, Funding For Religious Groups
CHARLOTTE (CBS Charlotte) – A measure was passed by the North Carolina House that prohibits university administrators from denying facilities, funding, or recognition to political or religious groups on the basis that they are exclusionary. […]
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Bill would make it a crime to publicly disclose the secret chemical mixtures that energy companies pump into the ground when fracking for natural gas.
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