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Senate Bill 2 and the Establishment Clause

“This is a sad day for North Carolina that history will not judge kindly,” Sarah Preston, the acting executive director of the  ACLU of North Carolina  said in a  statement released on June 11, 2015 . That was the day the North Carolina House of Representatives (the “House”) voted to override Governor Pat McCrory’s veto of Senate Bill 2 (“S.B. 2”), officially making the bill law. The  new law  permits certain government officials to recuse themselves from performing marriage ceremonies based on their religious beliefs.
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