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  • Attorney Luke Largess discusses new lawsuit against state

    Attorney Luke Largess speak at a press conference Wednesday morning at the Government Center about a new challenge to a state law that allows local officials to opt out of sworn duties on religious grounds. A team of Charlotte lawyers whose lawsuit helped lead to the demise of North Carolina’s ban on same-sex marriage is now challenging the new state law.

Attorney Luke Largess speak at a press conference Wednesday morning at the Government Center about a new challenge to a state law that allows local officials to opt out of sworn duties on religious grounds. A team of Charlotte lawyers whose lawsuit helped lead to the demise of North Carolina’s ban on same-sex marriage is now challenging the new state law.
Attorney Luke Largess speak at a press conference Wednesday morning at the Government Center about a new challenge to a state law that allows local officials to opt out of sworn duties on religious grounds. A team of Charlotte lawyers whose lawsuit helped lead to the demise of North Carolina’s ban on same-sex marriage is now challenging the new state law.

Charlotte attorneys challenge law that allows magistrates to avoid performing same-sex marriages

December 09, 2015 12:00 AM