Emergency Action Needed NOW. Call your Rep Tell them NOT to repeal HB2.
Please thank Lt Gov Dan Forest and Rep Chris Whitmire who have already committed NO to repeal.
This morning, Wednesday, December 21st, the NC legislature is meeting to consider repeal of HB2.
NC Values Coalition: " ... Lawmakers need to hear from you that a vote to repeal NC's privacy law betrays the children and families whom North Carolinians worked hard to protect this past November against the Obama Administration and its cohorts' out-of-touch mandates. Lawmakers shouldn't now betray those who reelected them nor compromise commonsense principles, like privacy, dignity, and freedom for all citizens.
No basketball game, corporation, or entertainment event is worth even one little girl being harmed or frightened in a bathroom or one 14-year old girl losing her privacy and dignity to a boy in a locker room. Nor is it worth one business owner being put out of business and losing their livelihood or ability to contribute to the great economic success of our state.
If HB2 is repealed, other cities in North Carolina have already promised they will work with the Human Rights Campaign to enact similar ordinances to Charlotte's that jeopardize the privacy and safety of our families and our freedom to live and work according to our beliefs. ..."
Sign the NC Values Coalition Petition here.
Call your Republican Reps and tell them not to betray your trust and to #KeepNCSafe. Remind them that if they want to keep the GOP majority in both houses, they need to #KeepNCSafe!
NC House 113 House Rep Chris Whitmire here. 919-715-4466
NC House 117 Rep Chuck McGrady here. 919 733 5956
NC Senator Chuck Edwards here. 919 733 5745
Governor Pat McCrory here. 919 814 2050
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To My North Carolina Legislators:
Any attempt to repeal HB2 (in part or in whole) is an affront to the privacy, dignity, and safety of my family and to preserving freedom for all North Carolinians—particularly economic freedom. Please don’t betray the confidence we placed in you on election day to continue to preserve North Carolinians’ fundamental freedoms. Thanks to our votes and support of Republican principles, Donald Trump won the Presidential election, Lt. Governor Dan Forest was overwhelmingly re-elected, and Republicans in the House and Senate were re-elected with veto-proof majorities. If you do not vote against any attempt to repeal HB2, I will not be able to support you in next year’s special election.
A vote to repeal NC’s privacy law betrays those who worked hard this past election to make sure the Obama Administration and its cohorts’ unlawful, coercive, and out-of-touch mandates would no longer threaten Americans and their families. Lawmakers shouldn’t now betray those who supported them and compromise commonsense principles, like privacy, dignity, and freedom for all citizens. To do so would be to advance the Obama Administration’s agenda, not freedom and commonsense.
No basketball game, corporation, or entertainment event is worth even one little girl being harmed or scared in a bathroom or one 14-year old girl losing her privacy and dignity to a boy in a locker room. Nor is it worth one business owner being put out of business or losing their livelihood or ability to contribute to the great economic success of our great state. Please put a stop to this insanity and vote NO!
If HB2 is repealed, other cities in North Carolina (including Charlotte) have already indicated they will work with the Human Rights Campaign to enact new non-discrimination ordinances in early 2017 that jeopardize the privacy and safety of every North Carolinian and North Carolinians’ freedom to peacefully live and work consistent with our beliefs free from government coercion and censorship. Stand strong on HB2!
Because of an activist court, I know you are facing an election again this year. I cannot support a member of the General Assembly who betrays North Carolina and compromises the privacy and dignity of our children. I hope you will put my freedom and privacy first, so I can continue to support you and all the great things you have done for North Carolina.
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