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Freeing millennials from nervous bystanders: their parents

Isaac Huston: I tagged along as my father canvassed for Obama in 2008, I volunteered for David Price in 2012 and I canvassed and registered voters for Kay Hagan last year. So I was shocked that many of my friends’ parents objected to their children canvassing with me in Durham.

Op-Ed

The bond issue NC must have

Phil Kirk: Passage of Gov. Pat McCrory’s bond proposal would have a huge effect on North Carolina’s economy by creating 27,000 short-term jobs, a boost the construction industry needs. In addition, more than 4,300 long-term jobs would be created.

Op-Ed

The gay-marriage decision: Our weddings, our worth

Frank Bruni: The Supreme Court’s decision wasn’t simply about weddings. It was about worth. From the highest of this nation’s perches, in the most authoritative of this nation’s voices, a majority of justices told a minority of Americans that they’re normal and that they belong – fully, joyously and with cake.

Letters to the Editor

Gayle Robinson Snyder: Supreme Court tyrants

Regardless of anyone’s view of homosexuality, every person in this country should be appalled at the Supreme Court’s decision to redefine the institution of marriage. On the flimsiest of legal pretexts, five justices trampled on the expressed views of the citizens of 30-plus states.

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The gay-marriage decision: Our weddings, our worth

Frank Bruni: The Supreme Court’s decision wasn’t simply about weddings. It was about worth. From the highest of this nation’s perches, in the most authoritative of this nation’s voices, a majority of justices told a minority of Americans that they’re normal and that they belong – fully, joyously and with cake.

Letters to the Editor

Gayle Robinson Snyder: Supreme Court tyrants

Regardless of anyone’s view of homosexuality, every person in this country should be appalled at the Supreme Court’s decision to redefine the institution of marriage. On the flimsiest of legal pretexts, five justices trampled on the expressed views of the citizens of 30-plus states.