Still undecided about the marriage amendment? Or just looking for a good paid entertainment?
Another public panel discussion with some of the proposed amendment’s most ardent supporters and opponents will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. April 30 in Bay 7 of the American Tobacco Campus in Durham.
Unlike previous events, this one costs to attend. It’s hosted by the Leadership Triangle, a nonprofit group that promotes regional cooperation. It’ll be $25 at the door (with reduced prices for those connected with the organization).
Pro-amendment panelists will be Cary attorney Anthony J. Biller and Raleigh minister Patrick L. Wooden Sr. In the other corner, UNC-CH law professor Maxine Eichner and state Rep. Deborah Ross.
Then, afterward, everyone gets together for a social hour.
The amendment would ban same-sex marriages and civil unions in North Carolina, and domestic partnerships between opposite-sex couples would not be legally recognized.
More info at www.leadershiptriangle.com.