[Ed. note: What’s taking the rest of them so long?]
North Carolina has become the seventh state to prohibit state judges from considering Islamic law in family cases, joining what critics say is a national anti-Muslim campaign.
Gov. Pat McCrory allowed the law, which was passed by state lawmakers in July, to take effect without his signature.
In an interview with The Associated Press, McCrory said the measure doesn’t do anything. “I didn’t think it was worth the time to pass, nor do I think it’s worth the time to have someone come back and vote on it again,” he said.