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Let me put it this way; The North Carolina Legislature, made up of representatives of the people, passed this law and the Governor signed it, which means its Law and that means the only thing a court can do, is return it to the legislators with legal reasons to alter this. Otherwise, no matter what court, it still law and those of the Court are in contempt of the Constitution for trying to put forth a writ of mandamus, which is prohibited by the Constitution and upheld by the Supreme Court, in the case of Marbury vs. Madison, where the Court determined the Constitution Supreme. Also the Court has no authority to legislate and the Constitution is not a living document, for it can only be altered or amended by the will of the people.

Anyone of you progressives want to make a very sizable bet that I am not correct as to the constitution?

George!

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