Posted by | May 5, 2012 15:04 | Filed under: Top Stories

Submitted by Cheston Catalano

The announcement will be sent to hundreds of thousands North Carolina phones starting Monday.

In it, Clinton urges voters to oppose the amendment, saying it won’t change North Carolina’s statutory ban on gay marriages.

But he says it will affect the state’s ability to attract new businesses and will take health care from children. He says it also could diminish the state’s laws protecting women from domestic violence.

By: Cheston Catalano

Cheston Catalano is a Kentucky-based journalist whose work has been featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle. He is a long-time contributor to Liberaland.