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Overturn Charlotte’s Bathroom Ordinance

By March 9, 2016North Carolina
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Our only hope to protect children, women, and businesses across the state is for the Governor and General Assembly to call for a special session before April 1.

Concerned Women for America of North Carolina asks you to join us in thanking:

Speaker Tim Moore (919) 733-3451/ who indicated he had received requests from over three-fifths of House Members to call for a Special session to handle the unconstitutional Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance.

Senate Leader Phil Berger (919) 733-5708/ and Sen. Buck Newton  (919) 715-3030/ who held a press conference in order to remind current Attorney General Roy Cooper to do the ONE thing he was elected to do: defend the laws and Constitution of the state of North Carolina.

Lt. Gov. Dan Forest (919)733-7350/ who released a statement on March 7, calling the North Carolina Senate to a special session to address the constitutionality of the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance.

“As President of the Senate I will call the Senate back into session upon the constitutionally required 3/5ths majority given written notice consenting to be called back in. I am working on this now. If you feel the same, call your Senators. We already have 3/5ths in the House agreeing to be called back in. We must take action before the ordinance goes into effect on April 1st.”

The Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance will go into effect on April 1. If a SPECIAL SESSION of the General Assembly is not called prior to April 1 to take legislative action, our women and children will be endangered, allowing men to enter women’s bathrooms and locker rooms.

Take Action Now!

  1. Help Lt. Dan Forest by calling North Carolina Senators NOW! Please urge North Carolina Senators to join the North Carolina House in calling for a Special session to protect women, children, and businesses throughout the state. Click here to find your senator and his/her contact information.  If time allows, please contact all the senators.
  2. If you have not done so already, please read and sign your name to the petition.
  3. Share the #keepNCsafe petition with your friends, family, and church community.

Pray that the North Carolina General Assembly will call a special session to overturn the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance.  “You are our strength and shield, our hearts trust in You and we are helped.” (Psalm 28;7)