NC: Constitution Party Weighs in on a Number of Bills Before the General Assembly

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From the Constitution Party discussion forum:

The Castle Doctrine (Senate Bill 928) . . . Eminent Domain (House Bill 1659) . . . Protect Health Care Freedom (House Joint Res. 1674) . . . HO– USE BILL 2032 – UNBORN VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE ACT . . . HO– USE BILL 1963 – SPEAK, READ & WRITE ENGLISH/DRIVER LICENSE . . .HO– USE BILL 2031 – NO SEIZURE OF FIREARMS DURING EMERGENCY/FUNDS__:

Follow the link for descriptions of each bill.

4 thoughts on “NC: Constitution Party Weighs in on a Number of Bills Before the General Assembly

  1. Chris Cole

    I think it’s important to note that the Constitution Party isn’t ballot-qualified in North Carolina, nor has it ever been. That gives such statements even more-limited play than those from NC Libertarians. For the record, though, I would welcome their qualifying, as I would the Greens.

  2. Brian Irving

    Chris,

    But at least they are speaking up out and taking a stand in bills in the General Assembly. The LPNC is ballot qualified, but has been silent.

  3. Kevin

    We are working towards ballot access. If anyone would like to help or donate please go to our website and help us out!

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