(BizPac Review) A North Carolina bill prohibiting judges from considering foreign laws, including Islamic Shariah, became part of the state's official statutes Monday, without Gov. Pat McCrory's signature. The bill was one of 34 passed by the General Assembly over the summer.
McCrory signed the other 33 bills, calling the anti-Shariah measure "unnecessary" but declining to veto it.. North Carolina is the seventh state with such a law. Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Tennessee all have similar laws in place according to Religion News.