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Do any North Carolina laws restrict or deny the right to interracial marriage?

Austin Suther

Since the Supreme Court decided Loving v. Virginia in 1967, interracial marriages are legal throughout the United States.

The North Carolina General Assembly deemed interracial marriages validated as of March 24, 1977. No laws are currently in effect that restrict interracial marriages in North Carolina.

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