2009 Session Legislative Recap Series: Education | John W. Pope Civitas Institute


2009 Session Legislative Recap Series: Education | John W. Pope Civitas Institute: “Senate Bill 526/S.L.2009-212.

Introduced by Sen. Julia Boseman (D-Wilmington) et al. The controversial “School Violence Prevention Act” known by many others as the “Bullying Bill” marks the first time sexual orientation appears as a protected class in North Carolina State statutes. Opponents fear the designation will be used by gay and lesbian advocates to help destroy the concept of traditional marriage. A similar but less controversial bill, which did not include sexual orientation protections, garnered sixty-two signatures, a majority in the Senate. Legislative leaders, however, refused to let the bill come for a vote.”

Stringing and Strowing says:

Next several stories focus on the Sen. Julia Boseman and her purpose behind this bill. Spawn of Satan, this woman, seeking to destroy the moral fiber of marriage in North Carolian.


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