How civil liberties fared in this year’s legislative session (video)

If you missed it over the weekend, check out NC Policy Watch’s interview with Sarah Preston, Acting Executive Director for the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina.

Preston discusses how the 2015 legislative session resulted in a major setback for civil liberties and shares the ACLU-NC’s latest legislative scorecard.

Click below to hear Preston discuss how the Protect North Carolina Workers Act (HB318) encourages discrimination and makes it harder for law enforcement officers to do their job.

Listen to Preston’s full radio interview with Chris Fitzsimon here as she weighs on reproductive rights, the magistrates recusal bill, and an 11th hour push to strip local governments of their ability to pass anti-discrimination ordinances.

You can find the organization’s complete scorecard online.

One Comment

  1. Louie

    November 9, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    the NC ACLU needs to talk more about the costly failed drug war like the national ACLU does. Even the Raleigh News and Observer has come out for marijuana legalization, why can the NC ACLU?

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