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FOX 46 Charlotte reached out to all 17 members of the NC General Assembly representing Mecklenburg County, here’s what they found; Representative Chaz Beasley (D) did not give a yes/no answer but said, “I think the federal government should regulate it in a manner consistent with medical research (as opposed to the current process of blanket illegalization).
Senators Joel Ford (D) and Joyce Waddell (D) each told FOX 46 Charlotte they support medical marijuana.
Some felt that business's employee recruitment and retention would be hurt if the most talented prospects did not feel that North Carolina was progressive or representative of their beliefs.
An April 2012 Public Policy Polling found that only 40% of North Carolina voters actually knew that Amendment 1 bans both same-sex marriage and civil unions, and among those voters who do know the effects of Amendment 1, they opposed it with 60% against and 38% in favor.
In a study by Maxine Eichner, Barbara Fedders, Holning Lau, and Rachel Blunk of the University of North Carolina School of Law, the authors discussed how the wording in the proposed amendment could have legal implications beyond banning marriage between same-sex couples.
Some said that all unmarried couples, both same-sex and opposite-sex, and their children that are receiving domestic-partner benefits as public employees would no longer be eligible for those benefits under this amendment.
Although there are legal documents that can help protect medical and financial security (power of attorney, living will, medical power of attorney), these could have been contested in court based on the argument that they recognize a domestic legal union between the two parties.
The amendment did not prohibit domestic partnership agreements, but defined male–female marriage as "the only domestic legal union" considered valid or recognized in the state.
Marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this State. All House Republicans voted "aye" except for those who did not vote: D. All Senate Democrats voted "no" except for those who did not vote: Eric L.
This section does not prohibit a private party from entering into contracts with another private party; nor does this section prohibit courts from adjudicating the rights of private parties pursuant to such contracts. Mansfield (who publicly opposed the bill but was absent due to a planned wedding anniversary trip), The long title of Senate Bill 514 is: "An Act to Amend the Constitution to Provide That Marriage Between One Man and One Woman is the Only Domestic Legal Union That Shall Be Valid or Recognized in This State." The bill proposed to add a new section to article XIV, which covers miscellaneous provisions.
The North Carolina House of Representatives is about to vote on new legislation that would legalize medical marijuana if passed.
House member Kelly Alexander (D) will be introducing the bill, as he has done every year since first being elected in 2009.