Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in the U.S. state of North Carolina since October 10, 2014, when a U.S. District Court judge ruled in General.
North Carolina has recognized same-sex marriages since October 14, 2014, when a federal court decision found the state's denial of.
Three Republican lawmakers filed a bill in the N.C. House late Wednesday that would declare same-sex marriage illegal in defiance of the.
Same-sex couples seeking to marry have to gain a clear understanding of the marriage laws governing their jurisdiction. North Carolina is an.
North Carolina's House Bill 65, filed Wednesday by Republican state The bill asserts that, while gay marriage is “inseparably part” of the.