North Carolina Weighs Ban on Electricity, Soap

Borowitz, Andy
May 2012
Southern Illinois Labor Tribune;5/17/2012, p5
The article presents information on a new law, the North Carolina's Amendment One, which is said to ban electricity and soap besides gay marriages in North Carolina.


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