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Another group, Equality North Carolina, plans to hold a news conference Wednesday to discuss the amendment."Despite the relentless lawsuits and attempts to marginalize supporters of traditional marriage, a clear majority of the American people have not given up on standing in support of marriage," said Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council.

"When kids across the state wake up, I want them to know that this story isn't over." Campaign for Southern Equality said it will launch a "we do campaign to take action" Wednesday, with events planned across various cities all week."The way the ordinance was written by City Council in Charlotte, it would have allowed a man to go into a bathroom, locker or any changing facility, where women are -- even if he was a man. Obviously there is the security risk of a sexual predator, but there is the issue of privacy.""When I arrived home tonight, my wife told me that one of her former students visited her at school today. David Price, D-North Carolina, also chastised the Legislature for prioritizing passing the bill over other issues.The student told her that he now identifies as a transgender male," he posted on his Facebook page. Today's discriminatory law puts his health and safety at risk. It's been a long time since I cried myself to sleep.""This legislation is literally the most anti-LGBT legislation in the country," she said Wednesday.

A day after North Carolina became the latest state to approve a constitutional amendment defining marriage as solely between a man and a woman, opponents of the referendum are beginning Wednesday to explore their next options.

One interesting question here: How, in heaven’s name, could court (or, for that matter, any legislature) think that this scheme comports with the First Amendment?