For some LGBTQ people, Respect for Marriage Act isn’t enough

J. Clapp is the executive director at the LGBTQ Center in Durham. The center acts as a social services agency and community center for LGBTQ folks. (Chris Kammerer / Carolina Connection)

On Tuesday, North Carolina Senators Tom Tillis and Richard Burr joined ten other Republicans to pass the Respect for Marriage Act, which federally protects recognition of same-sex marriage. The bill now goes back to the House for a final vote.

Chris Kammerer reports on what the bill does and doesn’t do.

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