While it’s unlikely to become law, some North Carolina legislators are ready to take on the U.S. Supreme Court when it comes to marriage. On the last day for filing, a handful of representatives filed House Bill 780, the Uphold Historical Marriage Act. It states that same-sex “marriages” are invalid in the Tar Heel State and asserts the U.S. Supreme Court overstepped constitutional bounds. They declare Obergefell v. Hodges null and void and uphold and enforce Section 6 of Article XIV of the North Carolina Constitution.
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