Explanation for the voters by the NC State Commission[1].pdf

2009 paper in the Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, entitled “United States Survey On Domestic Partnerships”

March 2005 – the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association published this comprehensive paper on same-sex marriage and non-marital unions

NC marriage statute:

Marriage amendment statistic paper by UNC law professor Holning Lau:

Paper published June 6, 2011 entitled the “Potential Legal Impact of the Proposed Same-Sex Marriage Amendment to the North Carolina Constitution”, written by UNC Professor of Law Maxine Eichner, UNC Clinical Assistant Professor of Law Barbara Fedders, UNC Associate professor of Law Holning Lau,  and Rachel Blunk, a UNC law student.

September 10, 2011 — UNC law professor Maxine Eichner, along with fellow professor of law, Reef Ivey, published a paper explaining the effect of adding the second sentence to the amendment.

Loving v. Virginia — US Supreme Court decision striking down interracial marriage bans

Mildred Loving’s statement on the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision.



3 Responses to Resources

  1. shelleystanz says:

    I truly appreciate your hard work on finding all this information! It makes it so much easier for us helping to spread what this amendment is really about! You’ve helped me prove that the facts that the other side is giving out are truly not the whole story! Thanks for that! 🙂

  2. shelleystanz says:

    Thanks for all your hard work in compiling all this information for those of us who are trying to spread the “truthful” word! I love shoving real facts in the face’s of those who are for this amendment!

  3. Audrey Konigsberg says:

    I wish I had seen your website before the vote came down. Thanks for this. I will be getting busy now helping to repeal the amendment.

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