Proposed $2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

Click this blog post to view a summary of everything funded by the proposed $2 trillion infrastructure bill Continue reading

HB 358 - Save Women's Sports Act


Senate Bill (SB) 687 – The Second Amendment Freedoms Act

“The pistol purchase permit was created before modern, computerized background checks existed. The federal NICS checks that licensed firearms dealers conduct are often completed in minutes. This relic that is the pistol purchase permit now only serves as a time barrier, an unnecessary fee, and a general inconvenience to the exercise of the Second Amendment. “ Continue reading

House Bill 450, an “Act to Protect all North Carolinians Against Discrimination in All Walks of Life.”

HB 450 is North Carolina’s “Equality Act.” It is the equivalent of House of Representatives (H.R.) bill #5, “The Equality Act,” now under consideration in the Senate. HB 450 mimics H.R. 5 in all substantial and meaningful ways.   Continue reading

Four New House Bills Introduced

All North Carolinians need to write to their legislators to oppose passage of all four of these House Bills! Continue reading

House Passes Resolution to Eliminate the Deadline for Passage of the Equal Rights Movement

“Men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.” Continue reading

What is a filibuster?

What is a filibuster? A filibuster is essentially “any tactic used to obstruct or delay legislation” in the Senate. Most often today, the filibuster takes the form of a simple objection, as in “I object”! Bills must first be debated on the Senate floor. Ending the debate to move on to a full vote on the bill can happen in only one of two ways. Continue reading

Update on PRO Act - H.R. 842 – Protecting the Right to Organize Act

This summary updates information shared about HR2474 introduced in May 2019.  That bill passed the house in February 2020 and was referred to the Senate.  There was no action by the Senate. Continue reading

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson started the F.A.C.T.S. Task Force

The following explains clearly why Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson started the F.A.C.T.S. Task Force.  Everything explained in this blog post refers to teacher training in Wake County.  It is naïve to believe these are isolated incidents.  The trainings happen with the full approval and participation of the NC Department of Public Instruction.  Wake County is the tip of the spear.  These trainings are well organized and well funded.  They will, unless stopped, come to every school district in NC. I encourage you to visit the sites yourself and to ask what is happening in the Guilford County Schools. Continue reading

HB 358 - Protecting Women and Girls Athletics

On Monday, March 22, 2021, Representatives Brody, McElraft, Wheatley, and Dixon introduced House Bill (HB) 358, Save Women's Sports Act Continue reading